Florida's recap– Highlights from around the state for Wednesday, April 10th
Bottom Line: This is a daily recap of the some of the notable developments from Florida’s session and around the state. On Tuesday here were some of the biggest developments...
- Former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel’s case is going directly to the Florida Supreme Court after it was determined to be a case of great public importance (required to bypass the appeals court)
- The bill limiting THC in medical marijuana to 10% advanced to the full House for a vote – it's unclear what Governor DeSantis would do if it’s passed through the legislature
- The bill that’d raise felony theft in Florida from $300 in stolen property to $750 cleared its final Senate committee and heads to the full Senate for a vote
- The bill requiring felons to pay all legal restitution prior to restoration of voting rights cleared its next committee hurdle in the House and is still moving forward
- The Miami-Dade needle exchange program took a big step clearing it’s final House committee. It goes to a full vote before the House having already passed in the state Senate