Two separate anti-abortion restrictions await Rick Scott's signature, and he's expected to sign them.
One would ban an abortion if a doctor were able to determine that the fetus is "viable," while the other would make an exception if the mother's life were in danger, but only after two separate physicians determine that her life is in danger, so there's the chance that she could die while seeking "proof."
While Scott may claim he's pro-life, that doesn't mean he was always anti-abortion. Especially when the hospital chain he acquired and ran, Columbia/HCA, profited from performing abortions. When this came up in the 2010 election, Scott tried to change the subject by pointing to a lawsuit the chain lost in 2003 after one of the chain's hospital acted to save the life of a child born prematurely and with severe birth defects—against the family's wishes: