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Republicans have put Merrick Garland in contempt; state legislators are missing people from working class jobs and FDA has advised for formulation of vaccine for new covid strain.

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House Republicans vote to hold AG Merrick Garland in contempt of Congress. The Senate battles it out over federal protections for in vitro fertilization. North Dakota becomes the first state to impose an age cutoff to run for Congress.

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Rural America's job growth is up, but still hasn t recovered from the pandemic, about one in five rural Americans live in a town with a prison, rural women seeking birth control have a new option and dark skies beckon as summer arrives.

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Indiana-style Discrimination in Florida?

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Florida’s Governor Takes Credit for Job Creation

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Florida Legislature Considers Controversial "Campus Carry Bill"

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Miami Considers Law Aimed at Expelling Homeless

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Despite Protests, "Bathroom Bill" Alive in FL Legislature

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Florida’s New Standardized Exams Fail First Test

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida's new system for standardized testing of public school students so far gets a failing grade. The computerized …

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Bitter Times for Florida Citrus

BARTOW, Fla. - Once the centerpiece of agribusiness in Florida, the state's citrus industry is now in crisis. According to the U.S. Department of …

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Will Hemp Get Over the Hump in Florida?

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Floridians Battle for National Paid Sick Leave Law

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Wind Power Coming to Sunshine State?

PENSACOLA, Fla. - You've heard of "Inherit the Wind," but what about importing wind? Gulf Power of Pensacola is hoping to harness the power of wind …

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