From LifeNews.com - The news source for the pro-life community.:
"Governor Jeb Bush (R-FL) may have found a way to help Terri Schiavo. He has called a special session of the Florida legislature on Monday afternoon that would hopefully put an immediate moratorium in place on all dehydration and starvation deaths currently pending in Florida.
Speaker of the House Johnnie Byrd (R) has worked with Bush to put a piece of legislation together called 'Terri's Bill' that halts the deaths.
By law, two-thirds of legislators must agree to place a topic up for vote in a special session of the legislature.
Unfortunately, Byrd's bill may have opposition from the leading man responsible for the state Senate's agenda.
'Volunteers with the Terri Schindler-Schiavo Foundation have learned that Senate
President Jim King (R) is against this bill,' Pamela Hennessy said in a statement.
Meanwhile, according to Suzanne Carr, Terri's sister, Circuit Court Judge John Moore plans to hear an emergency petition filed by attorneys on behalf of the Advocacy Center for Persons with Disabilities."