Iguanas, nude beaches on Florida lawmakers' agenda next week

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida lawmakers are entering the second week of their annual 60-day session and will take up issues ranging from sunscreen to iguanas. The Senate will consider a bill that would prohibit local governments from banning the sale of sunscreens that contain ingredients some researchers say harm coral reefs. A Senate committee will also consider a bill that would ban the sale and breeding of iguanas. A bill will also be considered that would protect people on nude beaches from being charged with publicly displaying their genitals.

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