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(Pensacola News Journal) – July 1 is pegged to be a big date in Florida as hundreds of new regulations and statutes are slated to go into effect in the Sunshine State that touch on everything from which bathrooms people can use to where they can drive golf carts.
Some of the state’s more controversial laws are also slated to go into effect, which include allowing Florida residents to carry a concealed weapon without a permit, enacting a slew of new tough and restricting immigration laws and letting healthcare providers deny service based on their moral, ethical and religious beliefs.
But before they’ve even gone into effect, a handful of new Florida laws have already begun to meet stiff legal opposition.
A federal judge last week struck down rules championed by Gov. Ron DeSantis that aimed to restrict Medicaid coverage for gender-affirming care. Two days later, another federal court blocked Florida’s new drag show law that prohibited children from attending “adult live performances.”
In the ruling against Florida’s new drag show law…