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Parental rights measure heads to DeSantis

| News Service of Florida
A proposal that would outline a series of rights for parents on issues related to education and health care is headed to Gov. Ron DeSantis after clearing the Senate on Thursday. Senators voted 24-15, along almost straight party lines, to approve the measure (HB 241). Sen. Lauren Book, D-Plantation, was the only Democrat who voted for the bill.


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