Capital Report: 04-26-2019
A controversial bill that bans local governments from adopting or practicing sanctuary city policies is moving forward, But as Regan McCarthy reports it comes with some new amendments.
House lawmakers recently spent nearly two hours debating a bill that would allow certain felons to vote. It’s in response to a constitutional amendment supported by more than 5 million Floridians saying they should be allowed to do so. As Blaise Gainey reports majority of the debate was focused on when felons will would have their voting right restored.
Now a look at what’s coming up next week:
Finally tonight, Survivors of human trafficking are divided on two bills in the legislature. Robbie Gaffney reports that one may be weighing the other down.