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    Say Hello to my Little Friend: Florida tips the scales by becoming the 26th State to allow Constitutional Carry

    April 21, 2023By Christopher Cabrera

    On April 3, 2023, Governor DeSantis passed HB 543 into law. The most controversial aspect of the new law is that it will eliminate the requirement for an individual to obtain a concealed firearm permit before being able to carry a concealed firearm in Florida. Until the Constitutional Carry Law becomes effective, Florida’s current concealed […]

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    Divorcing While Pregnant: Why the Courts should Consider a Pre-Parenting Plan

    November 7, 2022By Lydie Arakaza

    Pregnancy should be a happy time in a couple’s life; unfortunately, this is not always the case. While in many states divorcing can often assist spouses in escaping an abusive or toxic relationship, Florida courts have the discretion to postpone issuing a divorce judgment until the child is born.[i] Although Chapter 61 of the Florida […]

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    “Is this the new Miami?”: Shortages in Affordable Housing

    October 24, 2022By Paula Charles

    “We are getting pushed out by these people who aren’t native Miamians.” – Natalia Solar   Miami has always been an attractive location for tourism, vacations, and retirement due to the lure of our year-round warm weather, scenic beaches, and nightlife. However, the pandemic has made Miami the mecca in the real estate market. Due […]

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    A Free Flight to Massachusetts! How Immigrants Were Misled

    October 17, 2022By Kaisha Ahye Onagoruwa

    On September 14, 2022, 48 migrants, the majority of whom were Venezuelan nationals, boarded two privately chartered planes in Texas, destined for Massachusetts.[i] The migrants boarded the charter planes after a few locals had approached them and promised them employment opportunities, housing, and immigration assistance.[ii]Instead, they arrived on Martha’s Vineyard, an island located off the […]

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