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Meeting the requirements of a new voting law signed by Governor Ron DeSantis will cost Florida elections offices thousands of dollars in additional funding.
When the Coalition got Amendment 4 on the ballot and it overwhelmingly passed in 2018, restoring the voting rights of ex-prisoners after they complete their sentences, it might have seemed that the struggle was over. But a recent photo essay in the New York Times illustrates the many barriers still in the way.
Shatner, 90, became the oldest person to fly into space, according to Blue Origin. The company, owned by billionaire Jeff Bezos, launched its first human spaceflight in July.
New space companies are touting space tourism. But so far the final frontier has been the playground of the rich or famous, plus a few everyday folks who had a bit of luck.
Orlando is home to genius. Maybe you already knew that. Maybe you don’t think it requires external validation. But it’s always good to hear it acknowledged in the wider world.
Florida is a hotspot for government-sold homes in flood zones, according to a recent NPR investigation. The report found homes in flood zones sold by the Department of Housing and Urban Development were 75 times the rate of those sold nationwide.
Hurricane Sam matched Hurricane Ida as the season’s strongest hurricane late Sunday, but is forecast to stay at sea. Two new tropical depressions are likely to form behind Sam, closer to the coast of Africa this week.