Sunburn — The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics — 3.21.23

Good Tuesday morning.

Expect a packed Capitol today as engineers, seaport advocates, circus performers and crime victim advocates flock to Tallahassee.

The quad-booked advocacy day will see the directors of Florida’s 16 seaports, along with seaport and maritime professionals, make their pitches to lawmakers as part of Seaports Day at the Capitol. They have a compelling case for continued state investment — the state’s ports had unloaded a record-setting 112.5 million tons of cargo last year and they see the potential for even more growth on the horizon.

Professional engineers from across the state are also heading to the Capitol Complex

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