Thousands of clams have been released into the Sarasota Bay.
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Under Amendment 4, most people convicted of a felony will have their voting rights restored once their sentences are done, including completing parole.
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But both political parties historically have been ineffective at engaging people of color.
Only Texas also had multiple locations on the list of fastest growing metropolitan areas.
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If the storm lowers water temperatures, it might temper the growth of algae blooms.
A rapidly intensifying storm forces quick action to prepare.
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The district started using drones for more than situational awareness and eventually ended up expanding the fleet.
An appellate court last week found that the First Amendment covers a weekly shared meal at a Fort Lauderdale park where homeless people are known to congregate.
Barging into town unannounced can have competitive consequences.
The charges bring into question previous statements from vendors and state officials.
The Supreme Court last week seemed to suggest that in water disputes between states, the health of an aquatic ecosystem can be considered alongside drinking-water and farming concerns.
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