TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) _ Incoming legislative leaders are considering a special session later this month or in December to override some of Gov. Charlie Crist's vetoes.
Senate President-designate Mike Haridopolos said Wednesday the potential overrides would not include hotly debated bills dealing with teacher merit pay, abortion and elections.
House Speaker-designate Dean Cannon agreed, saying he'd prefer to let those kind of issues wait until next year's regular session.
The two Republican leaders said a prime override candidate is Crist's veto of a $9.7 million budget item for the University of Florida's hospital that would pay to treat uninsured patients and draw down federal matching money.
Pictured: Mike Haridopolos