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Could Florida's "Parental Rights in Education" bill be used to ban talk of straight relationships?

No, but actually Yes Formally it is said that the law only applies to "classroom discussion", and only when not "age appropriate". The intended takeaway is supposed to be its to ...
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Could Florida's "Parental Rights in Education" bill be used to ban talk of straight relationships?

No. The law doesn't say talks on sexual orientation or gender identity are prohibited in class but that it should only be taught or discussed as per the academic standards set by the state for these ...
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NAACP Florida travel advisory really about traveling to/in Florida, or about moving/living there? How often to they issue political travel advisories?

It's not a literal travel advisory like you'd see for traveling to Ukraine or Somalia or Afghanistan. Rather, it's a statement of opposition by the NAACP against the state of Florida. On a shallow ...
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Does the Florida grand jury's report support its assertion of "malevolence" when it comes to the illegal immigration industry?

Context for the quoted language provides a bit more insight. It says: The Order empaneling our jury instructs us to focus on those who arrive illegally to our country and thence to our state, those ...
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