Capital Report: March 22, 2023
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More than a hundred students from across Florida were at the State Capitol today [Wednesday] to advocate for clean energy. As Valerie Crowder reports, they want lawmakers to pass bipartisan legislation that would give schools greater spending flexibility to upgrade emergency shelters and install solar panels…
Tom Flanigan reports lawmakers are moving towards doing away with the need for unanimous jury decisions to impose the death penalty in Florida.
Direct to consumer dental devices could soon come under greater regulation by the state. Regan McCarthy reports the move comes after increasing reports of serious damage caused by mail-order clear aligners that are used to straighten teeth.
Gina Jordan previews Thursday’s Capitol action.