Happy Wednesday morning to you! Britney Glaser here with a look at what's in store on today's Sunrise:
*New from overnight: a report is released on how healthy our air is, just after the U.S. Supreme Court issued a key ruling on pollution. We'll share the results of that new report.
*How clean is the air in Southwest Louisiana? Don't miss a live interview with environmental specialist, Brian Fontenot and IMCAL Director, Grant Bush.
*The debate over marijuana makes its way back on the floor at the State Capitol today. A bill that re-writes the state's medical marijuana laws will be debated by the Senate Health and Welfare Committee. Find out how it could change the books on marijuana.
*A big story making national headlines today: Oklahoma officials halt a second execution after a terrible failure during the first execution attempt. We'll tell you what went wrong and what the inmate said before he died.
*Military grooming guidelines that banned braids, twists and other natural hairstyles popular among African-American women may be getting a makeover. The Pentagon is taking a second look at the rule after a White House petition was filed with some 16,000 signatures.