Shortly after the Florida Legislature ended its 2019 session, Gov. Ron DeSantis said the public might expect a veto or two.
.@RonDeSantisFL tells reporters shortly after Sine Die that we should expect some vetoes from him, including on policy bills + trimming the budget.
— Emily L. Mahoney (@mahoneysthename) May 4, 2019
Anyone holding out hope that perhaps the governor might be talking about one (or some) of the public education policy changes approved by lawmakers will be disappointed, although likely not surprised.
DeSantis campaigned for ideas including expanding choice options, including vouchers. He made clear his backing of increased civics education, school safety and workforce training.
And on Monday, DeSantis reiterated his support for lawmakers’ adoption of his agenda.
“The education priorities passed