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Former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale hospitalized after he was armed and threatening to harm himself, Fort Lauderdale police say

FORT LAUDERDALE — President Trump’s former campaign manager Brad Parscale was taken from his Fort Lauderdale home by police Sunday afternoon after his wife reported that he was armed and threatening suicide. The police, called by his wife, went to the house in the Seven Isles community, an affluent area in which houses have access to the water. They made contact, “developed a rapport” and negotiated his exit from the house, the police said in a statement. He was taken to Broward Health Medical Center under the Baker Act, which provides for temporary involuntary commitment. Advertisement...

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The daughter of Cuban exiles, Barbara Lagoa grew up in Hialeah. Could she be next on the U.S. Supreme Court?

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‘We do not have a constitutional right to infect others.’ Judge upholds Palm Beach County’s mask orders

‘We do not have a constitutional right to infect others.’ Judge upholds Palm Beach County’s mask orders

Palm Beach County did nothing illegal by making people wear coronavirus marks in public places, a judge said Monday, upholding measures that have sparked a furious debate about public safety and personal freedom. “We do not have a constitutional right to infect others,” Circuit Court Judge John Kastrenakes said in his order, the first in South Florida. Advertisement Kastrenakes said the county was within its rights to require a mask to protect the public during a deadly pandemic, and people who failed to show that their constitutional rights were violated. “The right to be ‘free from...

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