Amid an ugly political brawl in which one senator publicly accused another of being a bully, the Florida Senate on Wednesday narrowly approved a new map for the state's 40 senate districts.
But some senators predicted shortly after the 22-18 vote that the proposal may not pass the Republican-controlled Florida House. That's because the Senate made last minute changes to a handful of districts in Miami-Dade County that some Democrats said were aimed at helping an incumbent GOP senator from Miami.
"There is not a magic solution to anything," said Senate President Andy Gardiner. "Today was the first inning. We have a long way to go."