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Florida Teacher's Union Loses Appeal Regarding State Tax Credit Scholarships

Lawsuit about low-income scholarship rejected by Florida Supreme Court
Last Wednesday, the Florida Supreme Court rejected the appeal to remove the state tax credit scholarships made by the Florida Teacher's Union. The union claimed it was a waste of tax dollars that were...
20 January 2017 -
H. Wilkins

Crackdown on bogus male enhancement pills in Florida shows concern for illegal pill sales

As officials crackdown on pill mills and illegal sales of narcotics or prescriptions, people don't seem to stop.
In Madiera Beach, Florida, two undercover cops asked the clerk of the Beach Food Mart for some male enhancement pills. The clerk, Mr. Chao Ming Wang, reached under the counter for a cigar box that...
20 January 2017 -
H. Wilkins

1970's program Arrive Alive is coming back due to increase vehicle fataities

The Florida Highway Patrol is concerned over the increase in deaths related to car accidents around Florida.
After 20 years of decline in fatal car crashes in Florida, the number has risen sharply and drastically. The Florida Highway Patrol and police officers in all 20 of 67 Florida counties are bringing...
20 January 2017 -
H. Wilkins
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  • Florida Judge tosses out ruling to report pollution

    Since the sinkhole incident last year that tampered with water of local residents, reporting pollution was made necessity by Gov. Rick Scott
    Last year a giant sinkhole opened up in September underneath a gypsum deposit, which contaminated some of the groundwater of local residents within the radius of the sinkhole. A Florida Judge tossed...
    6 January 2017
    H. Wilkins
  • 5 dead, 8 injured at Ft. Lauderdale Airport shooting

    Ft. Lauderdale airport shooting suspect is now in custody, leaving at least 13 people dead or injured.
    This afternoon an enraged gunman opened fire on unsuspecting travelers at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Five people have been confirmed dead, while 8 others have been injured and...
    6 January 2017
    D. Riales
  • "Wet foot, dry foot" policy repealed by President Obama

    Cuba's immigration policy under former President Bill Clinton is no longer obliged by President Obama
    President Obama announced that he will end the immigration policy that allows any Cuban who arrives on U.S. soil that stay to become a legal resident. The decision was based on months of negotiations...
    17 January 2017
    H. Wilkins
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