A bill preempting short-term zoning for rentals was not heard in the final Rules Committee meeting, after consistent objections from local leaders and a lack of support from the Governor. SB 1128, sponsored by Republican Sen. Manny Diaz Jr., was not heard Monday and likely won’t receive another opportunity to be heard this year. Senate President Bill Galvano told reporters Tuesday that the bill was likely dead. “If a bill was in Rules yesterday and it didn’t get out for whatever reason, that bill is in serious peril, if not unsavable,” Galvano said. The President noted the “aggressive agenda” in Rules, a 62-bill slog lasting six hours. “Some things make it, some things don’t,” Galvano said, likening the vacation rental preemption bill to a THC cap proposed for children that didn’t get traction Monday either. “I don’t see how that bill gets revived,” Galvano said.