The date of the Trump Florida documents trial has not been set

Courtesy: Evan El-Amin- Shutterstock- WILKES-BARRE, PA – AUGUST 2, 2018: President Donald Trump with a serious look as he delivers a speech at a campaign rally held at the Mohegan Sun Arena. The criminal trial of the former president Donald Trump, who is accused of stealing confidential White House records, is probably going to be

A bill to define antisemitism is unanimously passed by the Florida Senate

Antisemitism Sign — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Image by: Christopher Penler A bill that the Senate overwhelmingly approved on Wednesday would define antisemitism in Florida law. The bill’s proponent cautioned that if attacks against Jews rise, other groups would become the target of radicalism. A number of states, including Florida, are attempting to define antisemitism. Gov.

Bill to ban minors under 16 using social media is passed by the Florida Senate

Social media apps on screen – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Twin Design After the state Senate approved a bill on Thursday that would prohibit adolescents under the age of 16 from using popular social media platforms without parental consent, Florida is on the approach of enacting one of the strictest prohibitions on minors using

‘End Run Around the Endangered Species Act’ in Florida is overturned by a US court

Endangered Species Act – Florida Panther – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by jo Crebbin A federal court ruling on Thursday found that federal agencies violated the law when they permitted Florida’s right-wing government to take over wetlands permitting under former Republican President Donald Trump. This will restore “essential guardrails provided by the Endangered Species Act,”

DeSantis believes that the removal of books from Florida has gone too far

Courtesy: YES Market Media – Shutterstock– Juno Beach, Florida, USA – June 30, 2020: Governor Florida Ron DeSantis with Casey DeSantis and Madison DeSantis will make a major announcement at Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach. The non-successful Ron DeSantis, the ex-Republican nominee for president, maintained on Thursday that books are not banned in Florida,

Florida is close to outlawing products made from delta-8 hemp

Vape shop counter – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Jonathan Weiss Legislators in Florida are just one step away from outlawing delta-8 products, which include edible candies, vaporizers, and joints that can give users a euphoric high. A bill that would prohibit the legal sale of either naturally occurring or manufactured delta-8 and delta-10 compounds

National Guard and State Guard are sent to Texas by Governor Ron DeSantis

Courtesy: Gov. Ron DeSantis Governor Ron DeSantis declared on Thursday that he is sending soldiers of the National Guard and the State Guard to Texas to help with the installation of razor wire along the southern border. The Texas National Guard proceeded to install razor wire last week despite the Supreme Court’s ruling that the

After enacting a stricter immigration employment law, the Florida House votes to relax child labor laws one year later

Child labor laws – Teen working in grocery store – Courtesy: Shutterstock — BearFotos A year after Florida established a new rule to make it harder for employers to hire illegal immigrants, the House on Thursday approved a bill regarding child labor allowing 16 and 17-year-olds to work later and longer hours. Advocates claimed that

Disney’s case against DeSantis is dismissed by Florida judge

FL Governor Ron DeSantis urged Disney CEO, Bob Iger (pictured), to drop lawsuit – Courtesy: Shutterstock — Kathy Hutchins Disney’s lawsuit against Governor Ron DeSantis over the loss of a long-standing planning district was dismissed by a district court judge in Florida on Wednesday. The judge determined that Disney lacked standing to file the complaint.

Florida’s vacation rental laws might alter as a result of a proposed bill

Real estate rental property – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Kristi Blokhin As legislators attempt to regulate thousands of rental houses throughout Florida this month, the adage “we live where the vacation” is becoming more relevant. A bill to preempt local governments and give the state control over vacation rentals, including advertising, registration, parking, and