The FBI arrested the 73-year-old South Florida woman Monday evening as she attempted to board a flight to Vietnam. The indictment affirms charges State Attorney Jack Campbell announced earlier this week.
“We feel like this is the best way to prepare faculty, but also prepare law enforcement and the system however we can,” Lt. Gov. Burt Jones said of his plan, adding that the state should be “proactive” to prevent shootings.
Moody’s lawsuit came on the same day that 33 states filed a similar lawsuit in California against the company, Meta, which defended itself by saying it has tools to protect minors who use the platforms.
With the state paying for the flights, a Tampa-based non-profit organization brought a group of Americans home from Israel on Sunday as part of carrying out an executive order issued last week by Gov. Ron DeSantis.
A total of 83 students were on the buses at the time of the crash, which took place just before 5 p.m. in front of Deane Bozeman High School at the intersection of S.R. 77 and Crooked Lane, according to FHP.
Appearing at a South Florida synagogue, DeSantis said he will ask lawmakers during the 2024 legislative session to further block Iranian business ties in Florida in a way “that will make a difference in terms of the substance, but I think symbolically, be also important.”