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Appeals court backs most of Florida’s 2021 elections law, overturning a ruling that it discriminates against Black voters

An appeals court overturned most of a federal judge’s ruling that a 2021 Florida elections law was intended to discriminate against Black voters.
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Florida asks U.S. Supreme Court to decide social media law fight

Florida asked the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a First Amendment battle about a 2021 Florida law placing restrictions on Facebook & Twitter.
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Community workshop: “Learn Your Legal Rights”

The George Edgecomb Bar Association hosts a "Learn Your Legal Rights" community workshop in Tampa on Saturday, May 21, 2022.

Florida cancels bar exam last minute prompting protest, lawsuits

Wednesday morning, thousands of would-be Florida lawyers were supposed to be readying for one of the most important moments of their lives – taking the bar exam in hopes of earning a license to practice...

As states ditch ILG, Florida moves forward with company for virtual bar exam

Like many hopeful law students, Ashley Hart imagined one day arguing a case before the Florida Supreme Court – many a litigators dream. She did not, however, imagine that the first time she’d address the...
Luna Athena 2018 guitar by Armadillo resembles a Gibson ES-335 semi-hollow body with double cutaways and twin humbuckers

Gibson is suing Tampa’s Armadillo Enterprises over guitar trademarks

One of the most famous guitar manufacturers in the world is suing a much smaller company that makes guitars in Tampa; Gibson is suing Tampa’s Armadillo Enterprises, which makes guitars under the Dean and Luna...
WMNF News: Beach dunes

Does a new law privatize some Florida beaches? It’s more complicated than that

There’s a new law in Florida that goes into effect in July that may put more of a burden on local governments to defend public access to sections of beaches that are technically private property;...
Linda Moreno. Attorney for Noor Salman

Noor Salman was found not guilty; hear from her attorney

Noor Salman is the widow of the Pulse nightclub shooter and on Friday she was found not guilty of helping in the attack; on WMNF’s MidPoint we had an extended conversation with one of her...

Appeals court: St. Pete violated Florida’s Sunshine Law

The City of St. Petersburg violated Florida’s Sunshine Law providing for open government meetings. A state appeals court made that determination this month regarding a closed-door meeting in 2011 when Bill Foster was mayor. The...
Court Justice NCAA Ed O'Bannon

Ed O’Bannon tells WMNF how he sued the NCAA and won

Former college basketball player Ed O’Bannon took on the giant NCAA in court – and won his lawsuit in 2014; O’Bannon wanted athletes to be able to receive compensation for the use of their likenesses...

Pioneering professor on challenging sexual assault using the law

On MidPoint we air a recent speech by pioneering feminist law professor, Catharine MacKinnon of the University of Michigan, on social change through legal intervention; MacKinnon spoke Thursday at Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport,...
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Lawyers concerned about UF police rules for Richard Spencer protests

White supremacist Richard Spencer plans to speak at the University of Florida in Gainesville next Thursday and hundreds of anti-fascists are expected to protest him; the university’s police department has made up a list of...

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