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Late Maps Could Cause Election Problems

Updated: 03/28/2012 - New maps for Florida’s state Senate districts are on their way back to the State Supreme Court tonight. The Senate’s first attempt at drawing new districts was rejected by the court because they favored incumbents. The time needed to review the maps is starting to concern elections supervisors across the state.

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Stand Your Ground Special Session

Posted: 03/27/2012 - The Florida House held a moment of silence this afternoon to honor the life of 17 year-old Trayvon Martin. Martin was shot and killed a month ago by 28 year-old George Zimmerman. Zimmerman claimed self-defense. Now Democrats want a special session to review Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law. Scrutiny over the law is growing, even as new information about the shooting begins to surface.

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NRA: Nothing Wrong with Self-Defense Law

Posted: 03/27/2012 - National Rifle Association lead lobbyist Marion Hammer, one of the architects of the stand-your-ground law now figuring prominently in debates over the Trayvon Martin shooting death in Sanford, Florida says she wont be baited into arguing the merits of the law while the case is still being investigated.

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Click It or Ticket Comes to the Big Bend

Updated: 03/27/2012 - The Bonifay Police Department is gearing up for a busy upcoming weekend. Officers will be staked out around the city as a part of the "Click It or Ticket" campaign.

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FAMU Holds Vigil for Trayvon Martin

Updated: 03/26/2012 - About 45 students attended the event that was held at the eternal flame on FAMU's campus Monday evening.

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Social Media and Trayvon Martin

Posted: 03/26/2012 - Social media has helped to rapidly propel the Trayvon Martin story into the spotlight. Many people even now don hoodies in their Facebook profile pictures...

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FSU, FAMU Unite for Justice

Updated: 03/26/2012 - One month ago today 17 year old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida. Cries for Zimmerman’s arrests are reaching a fever pitch. Thousands are rallying in Sanford tonight and in Tallahassee, FSU and FAMU students are joining forces and descending on the state capitol.

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Inspirational Messages Could Face Challenges

Posted: 03/26/2012 - School children as young as six could deliver unsupervised inspirational messages under legislation signed by Governor Rick Scott. The policy is optional for the state’s sixty-seven school boards and, the boards are being warned they will be sued if they go forward.

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Robert Champion Case Goes to Prosecutors

Updated: 03/28/2012 - Orange County Sheriff's Office turns over the findings of its investigation into death of FAMU drum major Robert Champion to the state attorney.

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