'A Stain on Human Existence': Anti-Communism Classes to Come to Florida Schools

'A Stain on Human Existence': Anti-Communism Classes to Come to Florida Schools

Liv Caputo
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February 28, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, FL—Florida schools are one step closer to implementing instruction on the history of, and the "increasing threat" of, communism,...
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Children's Day at the Capitol Touts Diversion Youth Program for the Arts

Children's Day at the Capitol Touts Diversion Youth Program for the Arts

Liv Caputo
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February 27, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, FL—Tuesday kicked off Children's Day at the Capitol, with the Progidy Cultural Arts Program for at-risk youth visiting Tallahassee...
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Religious Officials in Public Schools One Step Closer to Becoming Law

Religious Officials in Public Schools One Step Closer to Becoming Law

Liv Caputo
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February 27, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, FL—A bill allowing volunteer religious officials in public schools passed its final Senate Committee Monday afternoon, drawing criticisms over...
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The Lounge🍊—2.24.2024—Florida Lawmakers Square off With DeSantis Over Social Media Ban—More...

The Lounge🍊—2.24.2024—Florida Lawmakers Square off With DeSantis Over Social Media Ban—More...

Liv Caputo
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February 25, 2024
Social Media Ban Puts Parental Rights in Crosshairs The past week at the Capitol has been a flurry of activity,...
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'I Cast Out Devils': Bill Allowing Clergymen in Public Schools Faces Democratic Backlash

'I Cast Out Devils': Bill Allowing Clergymen in Public Schools Faces Democratic Backlash

Liv Caputo
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February 23, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, FL—The Florida House moved Thursday afternoon to allow school districts to employ volunteer religious officials as counselors in public...
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Governor DeSantis Calls Book Banning Accusations a Myth

Governor DeSantis Calls Book Banning Accusations a Myth

Jim McCool
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February 22, 2024
Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) has been criticized by Democrats nation-wide for being authoritarian when it comes to education.  Now the...
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Florida Parents Overwhelmingly Oppose Social Media ban for Teenagers

Florida Parents Overwhelmingly Oppose Social Media ban for Teenagers

Javier Manjarres
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February 15, 2024
The controversial legislative measure that passed in the Florida House of Representatives that calls for an all-out Social Media ban...
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DeSantis-Appointed Communist Task Force to Revamp Florida School Curriculums

DeSantis-Appointed Communist Task Force to Revamp Florida School Curriculums

Liv Caputo
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February 13, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, FL—A new bill would add an anti-communism curriculum to Florida schools, creating a communist task force of Governor-appointed officials....
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The Lounge🍊—2.10.2024—Florida Lawmakers Focus on DEI, Social Media, Defamation—More...

The Lounge🍊—2.10.2024—Florida Lawmakers Focus on DEI, Social Media, Defamation—More...

Liv Caputo
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February 11, 2024
The 2024 Legislative Session is now almost halfway completed, closing out the fifth week of the 9-week period. Tempers are...
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Republican Lawmaker Wants to Ban 'Identity Politics' in Teacher Prep Courses

Republican Lawmaker Wants to Ban 'Identity Politics' in Teacher Prep Courses

Liv Caputo
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February 9, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, FL—A Republican-led education bill prohibits teacher prep courses from including a curriculum on "identity politics" or that "systemic racism,...
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EXCLUSIVE: Republican Lawmaker Talks Communism, Adoption, Veterans' Rights

EXCLUSIVE: Republican Lawmaker Talks Communism, Adoption, Veterans' Rights

Liv Caputo
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February 2, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, FL—Top Republican Lawmaker Sen. Jay Collins has proposed a slew of hard-hitting bills this session, covering issues ranging from...
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Florida Bill Banning Corporal Punishment for Disabled Students Passes House Committee

Florida Bill Banning Corporal Punishment for Disabled Students Passes House Committee

Liv Caputo
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January 31, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, FL—A bill banning corporal punishment for students with disabilities passed the House Education Quality Subcommittee unanimously, surprising residents and...
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Keiser University at the Capitol: Covers Education, Nursing Shortages, Athletics

Keiser University at the Capitol: Covers Education, Nursing Shortages, Athletics

Liv Caputo
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January 31, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, FL—Keiser University kicked off its "Keiser Days at the Capitol" with a Wednesday morning press conference. Joined by Republican...
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James Madison Institute Applauds Striking of DEI in Florida College Systems

James Madison Institute Applauds Striking of DEI in Florida College Systems

Liv Caputo
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January 26, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, FL—Florida's State Board of Education announced last week their imposition of "strict regulations" on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives...
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Education Bill Would Ban Instruction on Systemic Oppression in Teacher Prep Curriculums

Education Bill Would Ban Instruction on Systemic Oppression in Teacher Prep Curriculums

Liv Caputo
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January 22, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, FL—A new education bill would prohibit teachers' prep classes from including a curriculum on the existence of systemic racism,...
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Bundle of Bills to be Debated in the Third Week of the Legislative Session

Bundle of Bills to be Debated in the Third Week of the Legislative Session

Liv Caputo
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January 22, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, FL—As Lawmakers enter the third week of the Legislative Session, with it comes a slew of hard-hitting bills, sure...
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Ted Cruz Endorses Donald Trump, Predicts Blow Out in GOP Primary

Ted Cruz Endorses Donald Trump, Predicts Blow Out in GOP Primary

Jim McCool
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January 17, 2024
After a stellar performance in the Iowa Caucus, former President Donald Trump (R) has won the endorsement of US Senator Ted...
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Waltz Grills Former West Point Teacher on DEI

Waltz Grills Former West Point Teacher on DEI

Grayson Bakich
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January 12, 2024
The US military has suffered a recruiting crisis as many claim the institution is becoming politicized. Representative Mike Waltz (R-FL)...
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