If Gov. Ron DeSantis does not act soon, three South Florida legislative districts will have no representation when the 2022 regular session begins in January.

My family lost their home, so now I have to find another to love...could it be you?

First in the spotlight as the U.S. Supreme Court begins its new session Oct. 4 is the seemingly precarious state of the right to abortion, an issue LGBT groups have long considered to be of “vital importance” to LGBT people.

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