Byline: P. Douglas Filaroski, Times-Union staff writer
A state still reeling from anthrax attacks is quietly preparing to give health officials the power to quarantine and require vaccinations in a bioterror attack.
Despite civil rights concerns, Gov. Jeb Bush said last week he intends to sign a law expanding the powers of Florida health officials in declaring emergencies.
"I've weighed the civil liberties issues against the needs for us as a state to be prepared, and I think I will sign," Bush said.
Bush's intentions rankled opponents barely heard amid Florida's budget battles this legislative session.
"Obviously, the threat from …