The Young Parent Project, first developed at Yale University and adopted by a Miami-Dade judge, aims to help teen mothers make better choices by helping them reshape the way they view themselves and motherhood.
U.S. Judge Robert L. Hinkle has given Florida officials named in the federal gay marriage case until Monday to respond to a clerk's motion for clarification whether she must marry one same-sex couple or all same-sex couples who come to her office Jan. 6.
Lawyers for Washington County Clerk Lora Bell on Tuesday filed an emergency motion with U.S. District Judge Robert L. Hinkle asking whether she must give a marriage license to just the one same-sex couple named in Florida’s federal gay marriage lawsuit or to all same-sex couples who come to her office on Jan. 6.
Same-sex marriage is set to begin Jan. 6 in Florida, after the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday evening denied Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi’s request to Justice Clarence Thomas that he extend a stay preventing the state from recognizing the marriages of eight gay and lesbian couples.
Top law firm Greenberg Traurig, which advised county clerks in Florida they risk criminal charges if they issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, on Friday announced it actually supports the couples' right to marry.
The state attorney general’s office announced the arrest of the former director of admissions at a Broward nursing home on charges of convincing a 79-year-old resident to withdraw $12,000 from her bank account and using the money for a car payment.