The Florida governor justified the law by falsely portraying protests against Supreme Court justices as being “unruly.”
The circuit judge said the maps diminish “African Americans’ ability to elect the representatives of their choice.”
The groups in the lawsuit allege that the new maps violate the “Fair Districts Amendment” to the state constitution.
“Don’t blame me,” activist Chaz Stevens said. “I didn’t pass this ridiculous legislation.”
The new law restricts any town, village, city or county from using ranked-choice voting in their elections.
DeVos is promoting a plan that could drain $1 billion from the state’s pool of public school funding over five years.
Attacks on Disney — not exactly a bastion of left-wing action — echo QAnon rhetoric and right-wing bigotry.
The agency that oversaw the rejection of textbooks in Florida hasn’t been transparent about why each book was denied.
The state’s new voting map is part of a broad racist strategy, says a state senator who protested its passage.
We cannot ignore Republican efforts to stifle the teaching of U.S. history and still expect to live in a free society.