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DeSantis signs controversial sunscreen law blocking cities from banning chemicals that could harm reefs

DeSantis signs controversial sunscreen law blocking cities from banning chemicals that could harm reefs

TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Ron DeSantis late Monday signed 28 bills into law, including a controversial measure that will prevent local governments from imposing bans on certain types of sunscreen. The sunscreen bill (), spearheaded by Senate Appropriations Chairman Rob Bradley, that contain the chemicals oxybenzone and octinoxate. Key West pointed to concerns that the chemicals could damage coral reefs. Advertisement But Bradley, R-Fleming Island, and other critics of the plan said sunscreen helps prevent skin cancer and disputed that the chemicals damage coral reefs. “Unfortunately, with all of...

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DeSantis quietly signs controversial bill requiring parental consent for abortions

DeSantis quietly signs controversial bill requiring parental consent for abortions

TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday signed a bill that will require parental consent before minors can have abortions, a long-sought goal of abortion opponents in Florida. DeSantis did not make a public statement about the bill signing, but , R-Bradenton, and other supporters praised and said parents need to be involved when their underage daughters consider having abortions. Advertisement “The serious and irrevocable decision to end a pregnancy involves undergoing a significant medical procedure that results, in many cases, in lifelong emotional and physical impacts,” Galvano said...

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Georgia calls Florida’s Apalachicola River argument ‘rhetoric’

Georgia calls Florida’s Apalachicola River argument ‘rhetoric’

TALLAHASSEE — Arguing that Florida’s case was “built on rhetoric and not on facts,” Georgia is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to reject arguments by the Sunshine State in a long-running battle about divvying up water from a river system. Georgia attorneys on Friday asked the Supreme Court to deny Florida’s request for an order that could lead to more water flowing south into the Panhandle’s Apalachicola River and Apalachicola Bay. A special master appointed by the Supreme Court sided with Georgia in December, but justices will have final say. Advertisement The dispute involves water in the...

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