DeSantis’ migrant-transportation revamp clears FL Senate, despite lawsuits, Constitutional issues

A Haitian father carries his children across the Rio Grande into Del Rio, Texas, on Sept. 23, 2021, from Ciudad Acuna, Mexico. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Periodismo de calidad para tiempos críticos

The Florida Senate has gone along with Gov. Ron DeSantis’ plan to fix problems in his asylum-seeker airlifts, voting along party lines to place it on firmer but not unassailable constitutional footing.

The focus now shifts to the Florida House, where that chamber’s version of the legislation (HB 5B) passed its last committee meeting Wednesday on its way to a floor vote.

The Senate rushed its bill (SB 6B)

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