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Florida Governor Rick Scott said Thursday he knows what it’s like to be purged from voter rolls because it’s happened to him in the past.
It wouldn’t be a presidential election year without some sort of shenanigans going on in Florida. The latest case is squaring off the Department of Justice against the state of Florida and the state of the Florida against the Department of Homeland Security.
Governor Rick Scott may be ready to fight the federal government over his pursuit of purging voter rolls, but he’s also facing another front in the fight from all of the 67 county elections supervisors.
Here we go again. Check your battery, water and canned food supplies. The 2012 Atlantic Hurricane season is officially underway.
Federal authorities are calling on Florida halt its push to remove ineligible voters from the voter rolls, citing a violation of U.S. law.
They are the tools of the identity thief’s trade, federal agents say — a laptop computer and a credit card reader.
The North Miami Senior High valedictorian, who won a two year immigration reprieve thanks to the rally effort of her fellow students, plans to announce Wednesday the creation of a new foundation supporting the STARS Act.
Daniela Pelaez will be back in South Florida Friday, knowing that she will be able to stay here for at least another two years.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement has granted a two year deferment to the North Miami Senior High valedictorian who was ordered to leave the country later this month.
The Transportation Security Administration has issued an apology more than a month after several South Florida elderly women, each dealing with serious medical conditions, were allegedly strip searched at JFK Airport as they were on their way to Fort Lauderdale.