Disney Settles Lawsuit Over Rescinded Executive Job Offer

Disney Settles Lawsuit Over Rescinded Executive Job Offer

Disney has settled a lawsuit from a former BP executive who accused the entertainment giant of reneging on a job offer to head its corporate affairs department amid its fracas with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for control of the special tax district that controls development around Walt Disney World. Lawyers for both sides notified the…

Nissan Formula E reservist Caio Collet joins HMD for 2024 Indy NXT season

Nissan Formula E reservist Caio Collet joins HMD for 2024 Indy NXT season

Collet will pilot the No. 18 entry for the defending two-time champions, who now fields 10 drivers for the upcoming season that begins March 10 on the Streets of St. Petersburg, Florida. Last month, the 21-year-old Brazilian was also revealed as the reserve and simulator driver for the Nissan Formula E Team. “The NTT IndyCar…

Florida Court Weighs Ballot Measure to Allow Abortion ‘Before Viability’

Florida Court Weighs Ballot Measure to Allow Abortion ‘Before Viability’

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Florida Chief Justice Pushes Fetal Personhood At Argument For Abortion Amendment

Florida Chief Justice Pushes Fetal Personhood At Argument For Abortion Amendment

During Wednesday’s arguments over the language of a proposed ballot initiative to protect abortion rights, Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Carlos Muñiz kept returning to a well neither side had briefed. “It talks about ‘all natural persons are equal before the law and have unalienable rights’ — I don’t know that I could affirmatively say…

Florida considers allowing volunteer chaplains in public schools

Florida considers allowing volunteer chaplains in public schools

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida school districts could opt to allow volunteer chaplains in schools under a bill approved Tuesday by a Senate committee. Supporters of the legislation said it will provide another resource for children during tumultuous times, while opponents said there could be consequences ranging from children receiving bad or unwanted spiritual advice…

A Florida school made parents sign permission slips to let their kids participate in Black History Month events

A Florida school made parents sign permission slips to let their kids participate in Black History Month events

Parents at a Florida school were asked to sign off on their students’ attendance at Black History Month events, a local outlet reported.WPLG reported that parents at iPrep Academy in Miami received permission slips asking them whether they wanted their kids to participate in February’s Black History Month activities.The offerings include schoolwide and classroom-based presentations…