Bloomberg pays over $16 million so felons can vote
It is estimated that these funds will allow approximately 32,000 felons to vote, potentially in the upcoming November presidential elections.
Florida governor Ron DeSantis is fighting back against rioters, and local authorities who are soft on them with some very tough new measures, designed to penalize anybody or any entity that participates in or enables any violent demonstration.
Most of the time you'll suffer a hefty penalty for dipping in early — but not always.
The St. Petersburg Police Department in Florida announced Thursday that it will hire social workers to field non-violent 911 calls. It will be the first US city to replace police officers with unarmed social workers following anti-police protests by Black Lives Matter.
Sheriff Daniels said he will “make special deputies of every lawful gun owner” in Clay County so they may join law enforcement in defending property and handling protests that may turn violent.
What would have just likely been a fine escalated after the troopers noticed that there was a bag inside the car labelled “Bag Full of Drugs”