A Senate committee will debate a bill seeking to implement more of the recommendations made by the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Commission.
Also, on today’s Sunrise:
— A couple of lawmakers want to change the law passed after the Parkland shooting so districts deciding not to take part in the Guardian Program can use that money for other security measures.
— There’s been a big decline in the number of Florida college students over the past year. The Sunshine State had the second-largest decrease in the nation.
— Some of the women trying to hold the line (and resist the conservative agenda prevalent in the Legislature) feel they are spending a lot of time talking to lawmakers — who don’t seem to be listening.
— Tallahassee food blogger and Florida Politics contributor Rochelle Koff shares some suggestions on where a visitor can find a decent meal in the Capital City. Sometimes it's as easy as going to the basement.
— And in Florida Man news: A pilot with a graffiti problem and a former Mayor who is going to jail for stealing more than half a million dollars from the United Way.