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Former Felons in Florida Begin Registering to Vote

Former Felons in Florida Begin Registering to Vote

Ex-felons in Florida had their voting rights restored on Tuesday thanks to the state’s Amendment 4, which was passed in November.

Florida Teen Denies Cheating Allegations After SAT Scores Increase

Florida Teen Denies Cheating Allegations After SAT Scores Significantly Increase

Education Testing Service said that Campbell’s scores were invalid after it conducted a preliminary review.

White Man Attacks Black McDonald's Employee, She Fights Back

White Man Attacks Black McDonald’s Employee, She Fights Back

A video of a White McDonald’s customer attacking a Black female worker in St. Petersburg, Florida has gone viral online.

Florida Supreme Court: 'Stand Your Ground' Law Applies to Cops

Florida Supreme Court: ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law Applies to Cops

Florida police officers who use deadly force can assert the state’s controversial “stand your ground”…

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Florida Police Chief Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison for Framing Black Men

A former Florida police chief was sentenced to three years in prison Tuesday for framing…

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Targeted by Trump, Florida Election Official Resigns

A Florida election supervisor, who was sharply criticized by President Donald Trump, resigned from her…