- Associated Press - Monday, November 9, 2015

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ATTORNEY GENERAL WON’T FIGHT MEASURE TO BLOCK MEDICAL MARIJUANA

A spokesman for Pam Bondi says she won’t be filing anything with the Supreme Court, which must decide whether or not the ballot initiative is misleading and whether it complies with single-subject requirements.

INVESTIGATORS: MAN THREATENED TO JUMP OVERBOARD FROM CRUISE SHIP BEFORE EVENTUALLY FALLING

The Broward Sheriff’s Office reports that Bernardo Garcia Teixeira and his partner, Erik Elbaz, were on a Royal Caribbean Cruise when the ship’s security responded to their cabin Friday regarding a domestic disturbance.

PLANET HOLLYWOOD AT DISNEY SPRINGS LAYING OFF WORKERS

The company filed notice with the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity that it plans 468 layoffs in early January. Planet Hollywood announced it is transforming the location into a four-story stargazing observatory set to debut next spring.

WOMAN, LOST CLASS RING REUNITED WITH HELP OF METAL DETECTOR

A class ring lost for 30 years was recently returned to a Florida Panhandle woman. The man who found it was using a metal detector near a local lake. He used a first name, high school and year to track her down and return the ring.

249 PEOPLE SHOT BY FLORIDA LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES in 2013, 2014

The Daytona Beach News-Journal reported Monday that 162 of the shootings were fatal. Just over half of the officer-involved shootings involved suspects who were armed with guns.

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