Carissa Allen- Fresh Take Florida
The Florida Supreme Court will consider arguments this week in a case that considers whether the identities of officers who kill civilians should be protected under the state’s new Marsy’s Law. The law is intended to protect the identities of crime victims. Police and their supporters say officers or deputies involved in fatal shootings may face imminent threat of harm themselves. The case stems from two Tallahassee police officers who shot and killed suspects and are now requesting their identity be shielded under the law.
New surveys of Florida colleges, universities fail to support concerns over anti-conservative sentimentConcerned about what they worried was anti-conservative sentiment on college and university campuses, Gov. Ron DeSantis and Florida lawmakers ordered a survey of nearly 2 million students, faculty and staff across the state. Results are in, and they did not go as expected.