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IVF Company CooperSurgical Registers to Lobby Washington

IVF Company CooperSurgical Takes Legal Action Amid Embryo Destruction Lawsuits An IVF company facing lawsuits for destroying embryos has taken a bold step by registering to lobby Washington for the first time. CooperSurgical’s move comes in the wake of the Alabama Supreme Court’s ruling that frozen embryos are legally considered children, creating a national debate

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Florida House Passes Bill Regulating Public Camping

Florida’s battle against homelessness took a significant step forward as the Florida House of Representatives passed a bill on Friday aimed at regulating public camping and sleeping. This move comes as a top priority for Governor Ron DeSantis, who has been vocal about addressing the issue. The legislation, introduced by Rep. Sam Garrison and approved

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Beware of the Granolas: Stock Market Caution advised

The Rise of the \’Granolas\’ Group of Stocks In recent years, a group of stocks known as the \’Granolas\’ have captured the attention of investors and analysts alike. These stocks, which include companies in the technology, healthcare, and renewable energy sectors, have seen significant growth and outperformance in the market. According to data from The

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Waymo’s LA Expansion: Approval for Self-Driving Taxi Service

California Regulators Approve Waymo’s Expansion of Robotaxis California regulators have given the green light for Waymo to expand its fleet of robotaxis into Los Angeles and cities on the peninsula south of San Francisco. This decision marks a significant milestone for the self-driving technology company owned by Google parent Alphabet Inc. Waymo has been operating

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Florida Representatives Unite to Gut Financial Disclosure Bill

In an unusual display of bipartisan unity, Republican and Democrat representatives in Florida came together to block a bill that would have relaxed financial requirements for local officials. The bill, known as HB 735, was authored by Republican Rep. Alex Andrade and was effectively killed after an amendment was introduced by fellow Republican Rep. Spencer

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Gov. Ron DeSantis Vetoes Social Media Bill

Gov. Ron DeSantis made a significant decision on Friday regarding a bill aimed at regulating social media use by minors in Florida. He ultimately vetoed the bill, expressing concerns about parental rights and the effectiveness of the proposed law. However, DeSantis hinted at his support for a revised version of the bill that focuses on

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