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A sign directed voters to a polling location during the Florida presidential primary on March 17, 2020 at Miami Beach City Hall in Miami Beach, Florida. People headed to the polls to vote for their Republican and Democratic choice in their parties’ respective primaries during the Covid-19 outbreak. News
'Watershed Moment in Election Law' as Judge Rules 'Modern Day Poll Tax' in Florida Unconstitutional
Advocates for restoring the voting rights of people with past convictions welcomed the ruling as "a powerful reminder that no one can trump the U.S. Constitution."
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Massive Backlog of Unpaid Jobless Benefits Leaves 'A Nightmare' for Millions on Brink of Financial Ruin
"I was finally able to sit on hold almost four hours. Then I got disconnected," said one Arizona man attempting to apply for benefits.
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Furloughed Disney Workers "Can't Wait" For Help, But Florida's Unemployment System Is Broken
"Nobody can do anything. Nobody can apply. The system is crashed."
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The beach at Jacksonville. News
As Coronavirus Numbers Across State Continue to Rise, Florida Gov. DeSantis Allows Some Beaches to Reopen
"Why aren't any elected officials speaking out against this?"
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'Explosive': Office of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Attempted to Squash Newspaper's Lawsuit Seeking Coronavirus Records
"I've never been more proud of the ⁦ Miami Herald ⁩—fighting Governor ⁦Ron DeSantis whose ignorance has led to countless people getting sick—especially the elderly. The Herald is standing up for those older citizens by suing his ass."
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The Masque of the Red Death is a 1964 horror film directed by Roger Corman and starring Vincent Price—based on a story by Edgar Allen Poe. The story follows a prince who terrorizes a plague-ridden peasantry while merrymaking in a lonely castle with his jaded courtiers. (Image: Screengrab/Alta Vista Productions) Views
Pandemic Be Damned, The Business of America Is Business!
Trump tap dances at the Masque of the Red Death.
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Voters cast their ballots at the Ferndale Public Library on March 10, 2020 in Ferndale, Michigan. News
'Appallingly Irresponsible': Though Ohio Shuts Down Primary Election Over Coronavirus, Other States Go Forward
"Officials who promised that they had extremely serious plans to make voting in person in the middle of a pandemic safe were not telling the truth."
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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, (I-Vt.), speaks at a rally at University of Nevada, Las Vegas on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. News
Sanders Gets Backing of March for Our Lives Co-Founders for 'Intersectional' Approach to Ending Gun Violence
"He gets that all the issues we fight for are connected, and the gun violence isn't the cause but the symptom of systematic injustice in this country."
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We need to act in time enough to matter. (Photo: Hannah Peters/Getty Images) Views
On February 6th Antarctica Was Warmer Than Orlando, or Why I Support Only Sanders
Even if we elect a better-than-Trump, half-measures candidate, we're still not better off. Our grandchildren will curse us all the same.
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Florida voters in November 2018 overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment to restore voting rights to 1.4 million people with past felony convictions. News
It's 2020 and Florida's Supreme Court Just Ruled in Favor of a Poll Tax
"Florida cannot violate the U.S. Constitution's protections. The right to vote cannot be contingent on the ability to pay."
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