Higher education, long dominated by Democrats, is shifting rightward in Florida under Gov. Ron DeSantis as conservative politicians become presidents at public universities.
Author: Sean Salai
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Conservatives excluded from 2023 commencement invites
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Third lawsuit filed against California law that restricts doctors’ COVID advice to patients
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