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The push to rewrite a loophole in Florida’s current sexual assault law is expected to face the final Senate committee hearing this week.
Florida Republicans want to forbid discussions of sexual orientation or gender identity in schools.
The requirements, which apply to providers that take part in the Medicaid and Medicare programs, will start to take effect Thursday in Florida.
On Monday, the Florida Senate Judiciary Committee took the first step to eliminate language in the current sexual battery statute 794.001 that provides what critics called a loophole for sexual attacks against intoxicated men and women.