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NPR's Live Inauguration 2017 Blog and Fact Check

NPR News will air Special Coverage of the Presidential Inauguration today. Check out our live blog, updating throughout the day’s events and a fact check and annotation of Donald Trump’s Inaugural Address. The Live Blog will run from approximately 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. (or later, as news warrants). Follow the Live Blog HERE. The Fact Check will run from noon until Trump's speech ends, probably about an hour. Follow the Live Fact Check HERE.

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Florida is appealing a ruling that allowed the Seminole Tribe of Florida to keep blackjack at its well-known casinos in the state.

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State Urges Judge To Reject Abortion Law Challenge

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With a federal judge poised to hear arguments, the state has fired back at a lawsuit that seeks to block part of a controversial abortion law approved last year by the Legislature and Gov. Rick Scott.

Florida Keys officials have approved a framework for county roads that need to be adapted to rising sea levels.

Senator Offers Guide For Marijuana Changes

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A key senator Thursday released the Legislature's first attempt at carrying out a constitutional amendment that broadly legalized medical marijuana, with the proposal calling for a growing number of marijuana licenses and making it easier for doctors to order the treatment for patients.

NPR's Live Inauguration 2017 Blog and Fact Check

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NPR's Live Coverage of 2017 Inauguration
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NPR News will air Special Coverage of the Presidential Inauguration today. Check out our live blog, updating throughout the day’s events and a fact check and annotation of Donald Trump’s Inaugural Address.

The Live Blog will run from approximately 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. (or later, as news warrants).

Follow the Live Blog HERE.

The Fact Check will run from noon until Trump's speech ends, probably about an hour.

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As of today, there’s a new President of the United States. And the new Commander in Chief’s already testy relationship with the news media means it’s pretty clear that the press will never be the same.

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Organizers say an estimated 14,000 people plan to demonstrate in St. Petersburg Saturday.

The event is one of more than 300 across the country that will coincide with the National Women's March on Washington.

The Duval County School district wants more non-Hispanic students to join its dual-language program.

The program teaches students core subjects in English and Spanish, and most of the students come from Hispanic families.


President Obama gave his final press conference at the White House on Wednesday, just two days before Donald Trump's inauguration. He reflected on his time in office and looked toward the incoming administration, ultimately concluding, "At my core, I think we're going to be OK."

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