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• Gov. Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency in Florida because of novel coronavirus. Health Reporter Abe Aboraya spoke to 90.7’s Nicole Darden-Creston about the news that Florida has two presumptive positive cases of COVID-19, and what the state of emergency means. Read More »
• Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says two people in his state are the first to test “presumptively positive” for COVID-19 as he ordered health officials to declare a public health emergency surrounding amid the global spread of the coronavirus. Read More »
• In January, this station featured readings of the U.S. Constitution and Amendments. I was thrilled to be asked to read Article 1 Section 8, meaning I got to say “piracy on the high seas.” But it’s the 14th Amendment that our state government needs a refresher on. Specifically, the line that says, “No State shall … deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” That includes poor people, to our governor’s chagrin. The people of Florida passed Amendment 4 in 2018, restoring the vote to released felons. But the law was written in a way that disregarded the will of the people, only restoring the vote to those who can pay every cent of fines, … Read More »