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2 months ago

Florida Judge Partially Blocks DeSantis' 'Stop WOKE Act'

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Florida Judge , Partially Blocks DeSantis', 'Stop WOKE Act'.
On August 18, a federal judge blocked
parts of a Florida law restricting how schools
and workplaces can discuss race.
'The Hill' reports that U.S. District of Florida Chief Judge
Mark Walker blocked the private employer provisions
in the law championed by Governor Ron DeSantis.
'The Hill' reports that U.S. District of Florida Chief Judge
Mark Walker blocked the private employer provisions
in the law championed by Governor Ron DeSantis.
The judge said that aspects of the law, known
as the "Stop WOKE Act," violate free speech
protections and are impermissibly vague.
Normally, the First Amendment bars
the state from burdening speech, while
private actors may burden speech freely. , Mark Walker, U.S. District of Florida Chief Judge, via 'The Hill'.
But in Florida, the First Amendment
apparently bars private actors from
burdening speech, while the state
may burden speech freely, Mark Walker, U.S. District of Florida Chief Judge, via 'The Hill'.
'The Hill' reports that the law prevents workplaces
from requiring employees to attend any activity
that violates any of eight different concepts, .
such as claiming someone has a
“personal responsibility” to make up for wrongdoings
of the past because of their race and other factors.
According to 'The Hill,' DeSantis and other Republicans support the legislation for pushing back against what they view as a liberal
agenda focused on instilling a sense of guilt in white people.
In Florida, we will not let the far-left
woke agenda take over our schools
and workplaces. There is no place for
indoctrination or discrimination in Florida, Ron DeSantis, Governor of Florida, via 'The Hill'.
The judge argued that the law utilized
a viewpoint-based regulation on speech. .
If Florida truly believes we live
in a post-racial society, then let
it make its case. But it cannot win the
argument by muzzling its opponents, Mark Walker, U.S. District of Florida Chief Judge, via 'The Hill'
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