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Judge to Temporarily Block Florida’s 15-Week Abortion Ban

The decision followed a court challenge by reproductive health providers. It is expected that the state will fight the ruling.

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Florida Judge to Hear Arguments on State’s New Abortion Law That Could Start on Friday

The measure prohibits abortions beyond 15 weeks and has been challenged by two lawsuits.

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Pierluisi Signed Labor Reform Defying ‘La Junta’

Puerto Rico's governor approved the legislation that increases private sector worker benefits and time off, but the financial oversight board says it would hurt the island’s economy.

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All Eyes Will Be on Florida’s Primary Election

In addition to determining who will challenge DeSantis for the governor's seat, the Aug. 23 primary could have a big impact on the US House.

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Florida Is the Only State that Didn’t Preorder Infants’ COVID-19 Vaccines

US regulators authorized the first COVID-19 shots for infants and preschoolers, but Gov. DeSantis decided not to facilitate their distribution, delaying their availability in children's hospitals and other facilities that have relied on state distribution of the shots.

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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.

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Surfside Condo Collapse Victims Reach Nearly $1 Billion Settlement

The agreement includes developers of an adjacent building, insurance companies, and other defendants.