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Florida groups warn of lawsuit against EPA over phosphate waste

A coalition of groups Tuesday moved toward filing a lawsuit against the U.S. EPA over the regulation of phosphogypsum waste.
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A law professor & scientist ask for a halt to a dredging project that could harm Puerto Rico coral reefs

Coral reefs in Puerto Rico may be threatened by a proposed dredging project. On Tuesday Cafe a scientist and a law professor say why.
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Stetson Law professor breaks down the Donald Trump indictment

Stetson University College of Law professor Louis Virelli speaks about what Donald Trump's indictment means and what the court will consider.
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A Stetson Law professor weighs in on Andrew Warren v. Ron DeSantis

A law professor analyzes the lawsuit by suspended State Attorney Andrew Warren against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s action to suspend him.

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...
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Wetlands scientists support states’ lawsuit to save Clean Water Rule

Several states are suing the federal Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for putting on hold an Obama-era rule to protect wetlands and waterways. And this month an organization of wetlands...

Law student pushing for plastic straw ban in Gulfport

The south Pinellas County beach community of Gulfport might consider banning single-use plastic straws; at the city council meeting Tuesday evening, a law student is introducing the idea of a straw ban in Gulfport restaurants....
Louis Virelli, professor, Stetson University College of Law.

Will Rick Scott pack the Florida Supreme Court?

The future of the Florida Supreme Court lies in the balance as three Justices will be replaced in January of 2019; but incredibly, it’s still up in the air who will appoint the new Justices:...

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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Should juvenile age be raised in Florida criminal justice system?

Here’s a MidPoint program that aired on Monday December 12, 2016 – part of the great programming we deliver at WMNF. If you agree, feel free to use this link to make a financial contribution...
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Update: vote means St. Pete could play a role in overturning Citizens United

Update: on Thursday Oct. 5, 2017 the St. Petersburg City Council voted 6-2 to advance this ordinance. Below is a story originally published on Oct. 27, 2016 and here is a link to a related...

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