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Long list of HOA reforms signed into law by Gov. DeSantis

Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed a bill that cracks down on controversial enforcement practices by homeowner associations while requiring greater transparency by those associations. Among a long list of measures, the new law bars HOAs from fining homeowners for failing to bring in a trash can within 24 hours before or after a collection time. It also prohibits HOAs from fining residents for leaving holiday decorations up longer than allowed by governing documents unless a written notice is issued. The bill was unanimously approved by the full House and Senate in March with revisions suggested by...

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‘Women are scared and angry:’ The reality of the Florida’s new six-week abortion law sets in

On Tuesday, the reality of Florida’s new six-week abortion ban hit the radar of pregnant women seeking care. At a Planned Parenthood clinic in West Palm Beach, doctors scrambled to provide abortions for anyone pregnant beyond six weeks. Women crowded into a waiting room, returning for a pill or surgical procedure. The men who brought them paced the parking lot or sat in cars watching for the women to emerge. Yet, even with the scramble, the clinic turned some women away, a glimpse into the future of reproductive care in Florida. A recent Florida Supreme Court ruling paved the way for the Sunshine...

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Federal judges uphold DeSantis’ redistricting plan

TALLAHASSEE — A three-judge federal panel Wednesday rejected a constitutional challenge to a congressional redistricting plan that Gov. Ron DeSantis pushed through the Legislature in 2022, saying opponents did not prove lawmakers acted with “racially discriminatory purpose.” The decision was the second time in less than four months that courts have upheld the map in cases focused on the overhaul of a North Florida district that in the past elected a Black Democrat. The state’s 1st District Court of Appeal on Dec. 1 backed the plan — a decision that has been appealed to the Florida Supreme Court. The...

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