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Biden Administration Announces New Measures to Protect LGBTQ Americans

The measures include efforts to protect LGBTQ community organizations from threats and releasing funds for new programs that will support the physical and mental health of LGBTQ youth. 

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Texas Sheriff Files Criminal Charges Over DeSantis’ Migrant Fights

DeSantis orchestrated the transportation of dozens of migrants from San Antonio to Martha’s Vineyard last year, and this past week, he sent dozens of migrants to Sacramento via private jet. 

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Sen. Geraldine Thompson: Florida Is ‘Free Only if You Agree’ With Gov. DeSantis

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.

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Teachers and Allies Ready ‘Teach Truth Day of Action’ on June 10

Participants on Tuesday discussed “the growing chorus of diverse voices speaking out against politicians and their far-right supporters’ attempts to attack students’ freedom to learn."

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Professor Is Let Go From New College After Inviting Black Historian to Campus

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.

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Big Pharma Company Merck Sues Biden Administration To Keep Prices High

Merck—which made $59.3 billion in revenue and $14.5 billion in profits in 2022—argued Tuesday that the Biden administration's effort to lower exorbitant drug prices for seniors would somehow restrict its ability to invest in new cures and treatments.

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Broward County Gets $15 Million From Biden Administration to Reduce Train-Vehicle Collisions

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.