State legislators begin the week with two bill we've been following.
House bill 1520 also known as "Natalee's law" will be heading to the senate this morning.
The rape story of 4-year-old Natalee was the inspiration for the bill.
Natalee's law pushes for more access to court documents for parents of victims involved in a case as long as they don't share the information anywhere, stiffer sentencing and offering services and help to families of victims and perpetrators.
The bill is scheduled for 10:30 this morning.
Up next the house is voting on an an interim study looking at taxing e-cigarette liquid.
Senate bill 2355 is scheduled for voting at 10 a.m. this morning.