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Miami-Dade Leaders Urge Legislature to Reject Gambling Compact

MIAMI BEACH, Fla --- As Florida lawmakers convened a special session to consider a compact that would create the largest gambling expansion across Florida, community leaders in Miami-Dade County held a news conference Monday to urge legislators to stand with the three out of four voters who in 2018 voted to require that voters, not politicians and gambling, have final say on expanded gambling.

Miami-Dade leaders urge the Florida Legislature to reject gambling compact during press conference in Miami Beach City Hall on Monday, May 17, 2021. Left to right: Armando Codina, Founder and Executive Chairman of Codina Partners, LLC; Stephen Sawitz, Owner, Joe’s Stones Crab; City of Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber; Former City of Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine. Photo Credit: No Casinos

Government Tables Anti-Gang Legislation in Parliament

KINGSTON, Jamaica– The Jamaica government has tabled the Criminal Justice (Suppression of Criminal Organizations) (Amendment) Act, 2021, commonly called the anti-gang legislation indicating that the legislation will provide an additional game-changing tool to the security forces in combatting criminal gangs.

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