Ron DeSantis’ ‘Stop Woke Act’ Blocked Again, Making Law Unenforceable
Washington – Florida still can’t enforce it “Stop Wake Act” propelled by Government Ron DeSantis After a federal appeals court ruled Thursday against lifting the temporary block of law.
11th US Court of Appeals for the Circuit last year issued a preliminary injunction Temporarily ban states from enforcing laws in colleges and universities. Florida has appealed the injunction and requested a “stop” allowing the state to continue enforcing the law until the appeal is resolved, but both requests were denied Thursday.
Tallahassee U.S. District Judge Mark Walker Enforcement was blocked after it ruled in November that the law was unconstitutional, arguing that it violated the First and Fourteenth Amendments and the Equal Protection Clause. A similar ruling in May prevented the law from being applied to corporations. The K-12 school law remains intact.
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“Our professors are important to a healthy democracy, and Florida’s decision to choose which perspectives deserve illumination and which must stay in the shadows affects us all. “But the First Amendment allows the state of Florida to silence university professors, impose its own orthodox views, and drive us all into darkness,” Walker wrote in a November order. not.”
What is the “Stop WOKE Act”?
The laws that stop wrongs against our children and employees, also known as individual liberty laws, Limit discussion of race in schools, colleges and workplaces in FloridaThe state legislature approved the measure last March and the law was signed into law by DeSantis in April.
By law, schools and colleges are prohibited from educating students in ways that make them feel personally responsible. Historical mistakes due to race, color, gender, or national origin. Companies are also restricted from diversity practices and training that can make individuals feel alike.
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The state is still facing several lawsuits, filed almost immediately after the bill’s passage, but no public hearings are scheduled.