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First UF Law Pro Bono Week Promotes Access To Justice

The University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law is hosting its first Pro Bono Week from Oct. 24-31. This week's events highlight the contributions of pro bono attorneys and the Innocence Project of Florida, while educating law students on the value of pro bono service.

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Opinion Divided Over Pastor Protection Act

The legalization of same-sex marriage has pushed some Florida lawmakers to propose the Pastor Protection Act, which would allow pastors the right to refuse to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies. But civil services, like bakers and florists, would not receive the same protections. Some Gainesville religious leaders are speaking out again the Pastor Protection Act.

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Florida Ranks Highly in Assimilating Hispanics

Florida was named the sixth-best state in the country when it comes to assimilating Hispanics into American society. The rankings were based on the state's ability to assimilate Hispanics into American cultural, educational and economic systems.

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