A bill that would punish coaches for “unethical recruiting” of student athletes has narrowly passed out of the Senate and is making its way to Governor Rick Scott. As Sascha Cordner reports, critics say the bill will unfairly impact the way the Florida High School Athletic Association currently governs that type of situation.

Republican Senator Stephen Wise says he just wants to make sure that high school athletes who transfer schools do not get penalized unfairly, just because they’re suspected of transferring schools due to the recruitment of a coach.

Florida lawmakers are considering what some might call a sweet new bill—literally.  A measure aimed at unifying bee-keeping rules is making its way through the legislature. Regan McCarthy fills us in on what the buzz is all about.