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Wednesday June 29th, 2022 night edition

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Streets across the state of Florida are set to get much quieter on Friday when a new law goes into effect.

Beginning July 1, drivers can receive a fine of up to $114 for blasting music in their cars.

The new law allows officers to ticket those playing music audible from a minimum 25-foot distance.

For reference, the average car is about 15 feet long, making it within the statute for an officer to ticket the driver in front of them if their music is audible.

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To many, this law produces positive change for the comfort, safety and well-being of Floridians.

"We are not trying to target someone trying to listen to music and have a good time," Crabb told WESH. »

Producer confirms Final Fantasy 16 uses ‘British English only’ and no American accents

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Final Fantasy 16’s producer has confirmed that the game uses British English only and no American accents, in order to channel the game’s medieval Europe setting.

“Currently, there is no game that depicts a medieval fantasy world of this scale with PS5 class graphics.

The decision was made to prevent American players from getting angry: ‘I was looking forward to medieval European fantasy, so why are there American accents? »

Boy missing for eight days in Germany found alive in sewer

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A boy who had been missing for more than a week has been found in a sewer.

Eight-year-old Joe, who lives in the city of Oldenburg in northwest Germany, disappeared on 17 June from his front garden, sparking a huge police search.

Rescuers rushed to the scene around 200m from his home and found Joe at the bottom of the sewer. »

The Supreme Court Has Destroyed Its Legitimacy and There Is No Reason to Respect It ❧ Current Affairs

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It also explains why some liberal legal professionals praised the nominations of Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

Yale Law School’s Akhil Amar predicted that Kavanaugh “will be a pro-intellectual and anti-polarizing force on the Court.”

This would be so even if the Supreme Court had been correct on an originalist reading of the Constitution. »

GOP Rep. Boebert: ‘I’m tired of this separation of church and state junk’

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She added: “I’m tired of this separation of church and state junk that’s not in the Constitution.

"The Church is supposed to direct the government...And I'm tired of all this separation of church and state junk that's not in the Constitution.".

The calls for a separation between church and state intensified in the 1800s as Americans feared the dominance of the Catholic Church over government issues. »