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We’re in love

We Americans love our internet. According to a new Nielsen study, “Top U.S. Web Brands and News Websites,” nearly 212 million of us were surfing the net in some shape, form or fashion in May this year – a little over 276 million of us are estimated to have internet access ...

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Man made voters rights law and Gods’ law

Thinking back in 1965 when I was just 18-years-old, I understood even then that there should never have been a controversy whether I as a Black person should have the right to vote or not ...

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Romney and the NAACP: A Missed Opportunity

As anyone who has followed me knows, I have been extremely critical of President Obama’s non-engagement with the Black community ...

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Miami-Dade County’s Kathleen Woods-Richardson to chair United Way Women’s Leadership Council

The council is an executive committee of women who guide and shape United Way’s Women’s Leadership program which promotes service and philanthropy among its 1,700 members. ...

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How can God have no beginning and no end?

Well, the prophet Daniel referred to God as the ancient of days, but you won’t find any birthday parties for God in the Bible. Kevin, 10, says it’s not age but form: “God is kinda like a circle, except he has power.” ...

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Call for federal voter registration act

Hundreds of thousands of Florida ex-felons who have completed their sentences still can’t vote, a prohibition that is hindering their re-entry into society, a group of voting rights advocates said Tuesday as they urged Congress to step in ...

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Supreme Court upholds state’s drug possession law

Florida’s drug possession statute can force those who say they didn’t know they were breaking the law to prove that or be presumed guilty, the state Supreme Court said Thursday (July 12, 2012) in one of the most closely watched Florida drug cases decided in recent years. ...

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State Capitol Briefs

The strain of tuberculosis involved in an outbreak among Jacksonville homeless people has been found in 17 other Florida counties, The Palm Beach Post reported this week-end. The state also has asked the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for a $250,000 supplemental grant to help it find and treat people exposed to TB ...

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Call to Action: Lessen HIV burden among young gay and bisexual men in the United States

When new infections among young Black gay men increase by nearly fifty percent in three years, we need to do more to show them that their lives matter. ...

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Broward County Health Department offers on line ordering

Ordering Death Certificates from the Broward County Health Department is now easier and more convenient than ever. ...

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