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State education officials found that 41 percent of the books submitted violated its standards. That's the most in the state's history. ...
Student-athletes were given the chance to profit off their names, images and likenesses last summer after the NCAA approved a new policy allowing them to earn money from endorsements, sponsorships, social media and more. But, according to one Florida attorney, this new opportunity comes with many unforeseen hurdles. ...
Mehdi Hasan: “Republicans love to complain about cancel culture, but they don't actually have a problem with it. They just want to be the ones doing the canceling.” ...
Florida rejected 41 percent of submitted mathematics textbooks, as they were deemed "impermissible" for referencing Critical Race Theory. ...

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