In one of the lawsuits, Priorities USA and other plaintiffs want the judge to extend a deadline for mail-in ballots to be returned and require free postage for the ballots. They’re also challenging a provision in Florida law restricting paid workers from collecting mail-in ballots.
The entire Hallandale Beach SWAT team has resigned from their current assignment, but not from the police department, according to a communication received by City of Hallandale Beach Police Chief Sonia Quinones.
"We are thankful for the governor and commissioner of education’s leadership and for giving school districts local autonomy to make the best decisions for their communities," Leon County Schools Superintendent Rocky Hanna said in a statement.
A Naval Academy Alumni Association Board of Trustees member resigned from his position Saturday after an accidental Facebook Live video broadcast him and his wife making racist comments and using racial slurs while talking about the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Governor announced he is dispatching hundreds of soldiers from the National Guard, but it does not appear they are headed to Tallahassee, despite several businesses suffering damage by protestors over the weekend.
After a day and a half hearing, a judge in the state capital said he could not take control of the state’s unemployment system because of the separation of powers, but a lawsuit claiming negligence and more is moving forward.
In a memo this month, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles said that as state offices reopen to the public in counties such as Miami-Dade and Broward, road tests will be conducted with examiners outside of the vehicles.
As many as one million Floridians with past felony convictions are now eligible to vote after a federal judge ruled the state can't prevent them from registering if they can't afford to pay legal financial obligations related to their case.