Charlie Crist is still waiting for leaders of the Florida House to send him a controversial bill that would require women seeking abortions to have an ultrasound before the procedure.
State lawmakers passed the bill on the last day of the legislative session on April 30. Right now it is the only bill yet to be sent to the governor.
Even though it passed the Legislature nearly a month ago, there is no time limit for House leaders to send the measure to Crist.
It would force women to hear a description of the ultrasound image before an abortion.
The governor was asked on Tuesday if he thought House leaders were using gamesmanship by holding the bill.
“It’s their will. Whenever they might want to send that final bill over is fine. I look forward to receiving it and dealing with it,” Crist said.