Florida Law Banning Chinese Land Ownership Upheld

Federal judge says there’s no “substantial likelihood” that racism influenced state legislature. U.S. District Judge Allen Winsor ruled against plaintiffs attempting to block Florida’s new law prohibiting those…

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DOJ Petitions Supreme Court Review of Social Media Laws

The issue is whether or not moderation that removes comments amounts to censorship.  The Supreme Court is considering taking up two cases, one from Texas and one from…

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CDC Reports Increase in Leprosy Cases in Florida

Emerging Infectious Diseases journal outlines the rise in cases in the past decade. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released a research paper in its…

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Pentagon Refuses to Provide UFO Data to Congress

House Oversight Committee hearing on UAPs is scheduled for Wednesday.  The House Oversight Committee has requested answers regarding UFOs or unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs) from the Department of…

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Florida Governor Sues Feds Over Accreditation Process

Education department guidance impinges on state law that requires colleges and universities to switch accreditors. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis filed a lawsuit against the Department of Education, claiming…

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Former President Trump Indicted on Federal Charges

The allegations stem from federal documents probe.  Former President Donald J. Trump has been told to appear next Tuesday in Miami, Florida for arraignment on federal criminal charges.…

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China Seeks to Develop Surveillance Base in Cuba

U.S. officials voice concerns over reports that the CCP has offered billions to Cuba to establish an intelligence facility. An agreement has reportedly been reached between Cuban and…

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Federal Judge Partially Blocks Florida Ban on Minor Transgender Treatment

Three minors are allowed to continue hormone therapy. District Judge Robert Hinkle partially blocked Florida’s ban on transgender medical treatments for minors, allowing three children to continue receiving…

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NOAA Seeks Funding for Coastal Protection 

A half-billion dollars would care for 30 states.  The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has 149 proposed projects that would endeavor to protect communities and wildlands from conditions…

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Administration Investigating Segregation at Medical School 

Student program may violate civil rights.  The Department of Education’s Office on Civil Rights announced they have launched an investigation into a University of Florida College of Medicine-Jacksonville…

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