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With one week left until Election Day, Hillary Clinton is stopping in Sanford to convince voters that she should be the nation’s next president. On Tuesday, the Democrat will rally central Floridians to head to the polls before early voting wraps up. Published in Central Florida News, SwingVote16
Family members of Pulse victims are asking a judge to rule against the release of 911 calls placed on the night of the mass shooting.
They testified Monday. Published in Central Florida News, Environment
The Supreme Court will hear Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools on Monday to decide if disabled children prevented from having qualified service animals at school can go directly to federal court. Published in NPR News
President Obama made a trip to central Florida Friday, a key region of the battleground state, where early voting is in full swing. There, he tried to win over undecided young voters. Published in Central Florida News, SwingVote16