Items tagged with: florida
If you strip away the noise, the Republican takeover of formerly progressive New College boils down to:
1. Paying themselves excessively high salaries from public money.
2. Purging people who might criticize them.
3. Giving campus restaurant and other business contracts to their friends.
4. Lowering academic standards so they can attract tuition payments from students too gullible to notice they’re just marks for a grift.
URGENT need for 400 dollars for legal fees:
Help Mari, a trans woman raise money for her legal fees and flee florida's anti-trans legislation and find some security in a better place, away from her parents, likely in minnesota.:
Help Andy, a transmasc individual flee florida's anti-trans legislation. They need to be able to pay for their rent and other living expenses to be able to sustain a safe life away from violence by shipping their goods to WA and moving there :
Goal : 445/3500 dollars
Help Mia, a NonBinary individual cover for their living expenses as they recently had to flee florida due to anti-trans legislation, it is a bit urgent so if we can reach the goal within a week, it would be swell!
Updated Goal: 185/300 dollars*
*REQUEST: good job yall! pls BOOST again/keep BOOSTING!
Here is our 11:15 PM ET update on #Idalia, and it's rather grim for the Big Bend and Apalachee Bay, where as much as 12 to 16 feet of water may arrive Wed AM. Winds are now 110 mph near the center, and Idalia landfall is expected as a Cat 4. Major hurricane force winds will come close to #tallahassee Lots of details and most questions answered in our post.
Malaria used to be endemic and not uncommon in the United States as far north as Chicago, before being eradicated by large-scale public health campaigns involving the draining of mosquito breeding sites and pesticide spraying.
This resurgence in Florida really wants to happen. The disease and the insect vector are both happy here, and I really wish people appreciated the scale of government involvement required to keep Malaria out.
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He points out that this kind of mandatory interop is a preferable alternative to the unconstitutional (and unworkable!) speech bans proposed by #Florida and #texas