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Florida news and analysis from The Nation
March 14, 2018
Are Disney Workers Having a Hard Time Making Ends Meet?
At Disney’s resorts in Florida and California, workers are fighting for better pay and working conditions.
January 22, 2018
Florida Judges Are Turning Their Backs on Abused Young Immigrants
It’s nearly impossible for undocumented minors in Florida who have been “abused, abandoned, or neglected” to apply for the green cards that they are legally entitled to.
January 9, 2018
A Labor Battle at… Disney World?
Unionized workers across Disney’s Orlando properties are fighting for a living wage and a permanent place in the community.
December 20, 2017
This Ballot Initiative Could Restore Voting Rights to More Than a Million Floridians
If it passes, the measure will automatically re-enfranchise most felons after their sentences are complete.
July 10, 2017
Venus Williams, a Car Accident, and the Outrageous Police Response
The tennis legend was publicly blamed for a man’s death, only to be exonerated thanks to
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February 10, 2017
Shouldn’t We Know Who Else Is at the ‘Winter White House’?
Trump intends to spend a lot of time at Mar-a-Lago. Who is paying to stay with him?
November 4, 2016
Will Florida Voters Be Duped Into Killing Solar Power?
A Florida ballot initiative is written in pro-solar language—but its actual meaning is far more sinister.
October 7, 2016
Rick Scott Refuses to Extend the Voter-Registration Deadline Despite a Life-Threatening Hurricane
Once again, Florida Governor Rick Scott is playing games with voting rights and elections.
August 31, 2016
Voters Have Ousted Notorious Florida Prosecutor Angela Corey
She was known nationally for failing to convict Trayvon Martin’s killer, and for prosecuting Marissa Alexander.
August 30, 2016
Angela Corey’s Forgetful Medical Examiner
The state attorney’s office employed a chief medical examiner who may have suffered from dementia—but it won’t reexamine her cases.