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Gov. Ron DeSantis announces at a Publix in Jupiter Tuesday morning, January 19, 2021 that vaccinations against Covid-19 are coming to all all 67 Publix pharmacies in Palm Beach County.Â
House Speaker Chris Sprowls said he did not know details on the governor’s plans.
The extraordinary memo comes after months of conspiracy theories following the 2020 election.
A 28-year-old law exempts legislators from any obligation to produce records of redistricting-related conversations, correspondence and proposed maps related to redistricting.
This Sunday marks 25 years since the Black teen was shot to death by a white St. Petersburg police officer. What does that moment mean for mayoral candidates Ken Welch and Robert Blackmon?

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  1. St. Petersburg mayoral candidate Robert Blackmon is featured in this flier promoting a "Blexit 727 Block Party" in Childs Park in St. Petersburg on Nov. 1, the day before Blackmon faces Ken Welch in the Nov. 2 general election.
  2. State Board of Education Chair Tom Grady.
  3. Florida county election supervisors Craig Latimer (Hillsborough); Wesley Wilcox (Marion) and Brian Corley (Pasco).
  4. Maps display district lines as constituents gather to voice their opinion to House and Senate members during a 2011 Florida Legislature redistricting hearing in Orlando.
  5. Fred Guttenberg, the father of slain student Jaime Guttenberg leaves the courtroom at the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale on Wednesday.
  6. Gov. Ron DeSantis announces at a Publix in Jupiter Tuesday morning, January 19, 2021 that vaccinations against Covid-19 are coming to all all 67 Publix pharmacies in Palm Beach County.Â
  7. Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced a deal that would enable him to regain a social media presence after he was kicked off Twitter Inc. and Facebook Inc. platforms.
  8. Fighting broke out between police and local residents after the 1996 death of TyRon Lewis.
  9. President Joe Biden salutes as he boards Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., on Wednesday. Biden is traveling to his hometown of Scranton, Pa., to talk about infrustructure and his domestic agenda.
  10. Gov. Ron DeSantis, shown at an August roundtable discussion, held a news conference on Oct. 20, 2021, to reiterate his support for parents' right to speak at school board meetings.
  11. Sen. Kathleen Passidomo, R-Naples.
  12. Ken Welch and Robert Blackmon debate on Tuesday, Oct. 19
  13. Gov. Ron DeSantis and Marcellus Osceola, Jr., chairman of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, pose for a photo at a signing ceremony on Friday, April 23, 2021.
  14. Dan Bongino speaks in 2018 in Los Angeles. He is threatening to quit the radio company that employs him because they are mandating vaccines.
  15. Frank Artiles leaves the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami on Thursday, March 18, 2021.
  16. University of Texas women rally at the Texas Capitol to protest Governor Greg Abbott's signing of the nation's strictest abortion law that makes it a crime to abort a fetus after six weeks, or when a "heartbeat" is detected. Abbott signed the law Wednesday, Sept. 1st, 2021.
  17. The entrance of Eckerd Connects can be seen at their office complex at 8550 Ulmerston Road.
  18. Ken Welch and Robert Blackmon
  19. Former Seminole County tax collector Joel Greenberg talks to the Orlando Sentinel in September 2019, during an interview at his office in Lake Mary
  20. Former Secretary of State Colin Powell, shown in this April 2019 photo, has died at 84.
  21. Sen. Annette Taddeo, D-Miami, speaks during a Senate session in 2019. Taddeo is the only nonwhite gubernatorial candidate among the top contenders, in a state where Hispanics make up nearly 27 percent of the population.
  22. Former President Bill Clinton and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton thank the medical staff as he is released from the University of California Irvine Medical Center in Orange, Calif., Sunday.
  23. Alan Hostetter speaks during a pro-Trump election integrity rally he organized at the Orange County Registrar of Voters offices Nov. 9, 2020, in Santa Ana, Calif. Hostetter is one of at least five people charged in the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, who have chosen to defend themselves in court, brushing aside federal judges’ repeated warnings about the risks of trying to navigate their high-stakes cases without an attorney. (PAUL BERSEBACH | The Orange County Register via AP)
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