Florida Senate votes for $200 million expansion of school vouchers, sending bill to governor

Families of four earning more than $99,300 could qualify for the income-based scholarships, up from the current nearly $80,000 income limit, though families earning below $49,000 would remain a priority. Children of active-duty military members, the siblings of disabled youngsters who already have scholarships, and youngsters who’ve never been in public school, among others, also could qualify.