Month: May 2019

WSVN 7 News: “State leaders announce plans to protect consumers from fuel fraud”

MIRAMAR, FLA. (WSVN) – Florida Agricultural Commissioner Nikki Fried and other state and local leaders visited Miramar to talk about their plans to protect consumers from fuel fraud and gas skimming scams. “Over the last two weeks alone, we’ve found 150 skimmers in pumps across the state,” said Fried at the meeting Thursday. Officials said …

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Now This: “Democrat Passionately Rails Against Arming Teachers Without Bias Training”

Teachers in this state could soon be armed—and this lawmaker is fighting to protect Black children from the proven disciplinary bias that could soon turn lethal. Florida is a signature away from arming its teachers despite this lawmakers best efforts. FL State Rep. Shevrin Jones proposed an amendment that would require armed teachers undergo implicit …

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New York Times: “Florida to Let Teachers Carry Guns. Will Black Students Pay the Price?”

MIAMI — The outcome of the vote in the Florida State House this week was a foregone conclusion: A proposal to allow teachers to carry firearms in school would easily win approval. But that did not mean the debate would not be long and emotional, as Democrats implored Republicans in the majority to consider the …

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