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On January 27th, Equality Florida held a press conference at the Capitol to address the anti-LGBTQ+ bills introduced by lawmakers and urge action on the Florida Competitive Workforce Act (HB 161 & … [Read more...] about LGBTQ+ Discrimination Still Legal in Florida
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J. Robert Oppenheimer, reflecting on the power of the nuclear weapons he helped to develop, quoted this line from the the Hindu text, the Bhagavad Gita. He knew the terrifying reality that would come … [Read more...] about Fire and Fury: The End of a Nuclear Forces Treaty
Midterm elections ended Tuesday night not with a blue wave, or a red wave, but with a little surge in one direction, some historic elections, and not much else. Midterm elections are often used as … [Read more...] about Florida Midterms Elections: Where Does The Democratic Party Go From Here?