TALLAHASSEE -- Good morning and happy Wednesday.

Here's what we're reading today.

 

* Orange County Superintendent Barbara Jenkins is a potential candidate for the lieutenant governor position, the Orlando Sentinel writes.

 

* Broward County officials are taking steps to reduce the pet population in South Florida, the Sun Sentinel reports.

 

* Property insurers can now make major changes to their products without a thorough review from the state, the Florida Current writes.

 

* The Palm Beach Post writes that condemned killer William Van Poyck faces execution today.

 

* The Times-Union writes that budget funding highlights a growing dispute in the deaf community.