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Florida House Passes Gun Control and School Safety Bill: Despite the NRA’s objection, the Florida House passed a bill to arm some school personnel. The minimum age limit to purchase firearms has been raised from 18 to 21 as well as additional funding for police officers and mental health counselors.

Some McDonald’s Resturants Have Flipped the Golden Arches in Honor of Women’s History Month: McDonald’s in Linwood, Calif decided to honor women by flipping the infamous golden arches upside down to make a “W.” The fast-food restaurant Chief Diversity Officer Wendy Lewis said, “in honor of the extraordinary accomplishments of women everywhere and especially in our restaurants.”

Florida School Shooting Survivor Still Receiving Death Threats: Somes students of the Valentines Day school shooting continue to receive death threats. One of the survivors, who received several death threats, reported them to the FBI. Allegedly, the death threats are coming from NRA supporters.

‘America’s Got Talent’ Being Sued for Wrongful Death: A wheelchair-bound women Maureen Allen was hospitalized after she attempted to maneuverer around cables in her motorised wheelchair. Allen was working as a volunteer at the convention center where “AGT” was being taped. According to TMZ, A power cord blocked the only disabled access ramp. She fractured her head, hip and arm. After 8 surgeries, she passed away. Now Allen’s estate plans to sue “AGT.”

Rapper Too Short Fights Rape Allegations and Has Text Messages to Support His Claim: Back in October 2016, Too Short was accused of sexually assaulting a woman several times and he claimed it was a failed extortion attempt. Now he has text messages proving that he had a consensual, intimate relationship.

 

 

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