These Are the Most Competitive Races in Florida in 2022. This Is Why They Matter.
All eyes will be on the Sunshine State as Democrats resolute to unseat controversial Republican incumbents vie for two of the most sought-after offices in the state, if not country.
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DeSantis Doles Out Millions, But Fails to Say Funds Come From Biden’s American Rescue Plan

As the Republican hands out big checks to mostly red rural Florida counties, he blames Biden's plan for inflation and pushes "Brandon Did That" stickers on his campaign website.

EXCLUSIVE: Voters Oppose National Abortion Ban and Are ‘Worried,’ ‘Sad,’ and ‘Angry’ Over State of Abortion Rights, According to New Poll

Sixty-eight percent of likely voters oppose a national ban on abortion, according to a new Courier Newsroom/Data for Progress poll.

Nikki Fried Rolls Out Massive Plan to Make Florida Affordable for Seniors in 2023

"I’ve stood up my whole life for those who have needed a fighter,” said Fried. So now the only statewide elected Democrat is rolling out a plan to alleviate the high cost of living for seniors.

Singer Camila Cabello Is Helping Create a Safe Space for LGBTQ Kids and Their Families

The newly launched Protect Our Kids fund is designed to provide resources for students, teachers, and families impacted by the "Don't Say Gay" law that Cabello calls "hateful."

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DeSantis Signs New Restriction. Now You Can’t Protest in Front of a House in Florida.

Starting in October, people who protest in front of someone's home could face a second-degree misdemeanor and 60 days in jail and fines.

Mother dogs often spend their entire lives in cages, with no veterinary care.
Here’s How You Can Urge DeSantis to Veto Bill That Protects Puppy Mills

If signed into law, the measure could benefit puppy mills, the commercial breeding operations that abuse animals for profit.

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De Santis’ New Law Requires Students to Observe ‘Victims of Communism Day.’ State Democrats See the Irony.

Some are calling out the Republican governor for using many of the same tactics found in dictatorial governments, such as voter suppression, book banning, censorship, and state-mandated political indoctrination.

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FBI Investigates Former Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vázquez for Electoral Crimes

The former governor's campaign team allegedly accepted financing from a foreigner, which is prohibited by federal law.