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Florida Lawmakers Propel Anti-Semitism Legislation Forward in Landmark Vote

by Sonia Park
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In a significant move, the Florida House Judiciary Committee has voted decisively, with a 20-to-1 majority, to advance HB 187. The bill, introduced by Representative Mike Gottlieb, seeks to enshrine a comprehensive definition of anti-Semitism into state law. The chosen definition aligns with the standards established by the Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, marking a critical step in addressing and combatting hatred against Jews.

The core objective of HB 187 is to provide a clear and legally recognized definition of anti-Semitism within the state of Florida. Representative Mike Gottlieb, the bill's sponsor, has taken a significant step. . .

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