After a contentious state Legislative Session with many controversial bills signed into law by Gov. DeSantis, Rep. Thompson highlights an issue that has flown under the radar.
After criticizing the ultra-conservative bent the liberal arts college has taken under Gov. Ron DeSantis and inviting a Black historian to speak on campus, Prof. Erik Wallenberg was let go.
Florida, which ranks number six among all 50 states for the most railroad crossing deaths in the US, will receive funds from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to invest in rail safety projects.
US District Court Judge Robert Hinkle ruled that the state doesn’t have a legitimate case for banning gender-affirming care for trans youth.
Opponents of the measure point out that renters would not be able to get the limitless, nonrefundable fees back after they move out.
Signed into law by Gov. DeSantis, the bill allows state health care providers to refuse services based on their moral, ethical or religious beliefs. Critics are calling it a “License to Discriminate.”
The warning from the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) comes in response to a sweeping anti-illegal immigration measure that Gov. Ron DeSantis has just signed into law.
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