Anti-sodomy law, speed trap towns, French immersion students

Good Wednesday morning to you!  Britney Glaser here with a look at what's in store on today's Sunrise:

*The state House votes down a bill to remove a portion of an unconstitutional anti-sodomy law from the books.  The measure would have aligned Louisiana with the U.S. Supreme Court's 11 year old ruling that such "crimes against nature" are unconstitutional.

*Louisiana towns will not be officially labeled as speed traps.  Find out why this bill was rejected.

*South Louisiana is known for its strong French culture and several Calcasieu schools are trying to preserve that culture.  In this morning's teen report, Sophia Landry will join us to talk about French immersion and its impact on students.

*Could there be good news about rising premiums under Obamacare?  We'll tell you about new estimates that show premiums are not expected to rise as high as previously expected.

*A disability awareness fair benefiting the McNeese Autism Program is happening today in the Quad.  Find out about the fun, family-friendly events.

Make it a Sunrise day!