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            An entire generation of kids who were brought here have grown up plagued by uncertainty about whether they will be allowed to remain in the country that has been their home. Congress should not miss another opportunity to grant them permanent protection.
            Pope Francis made more sense last year when he said, “Homosexual people have a right to be in a family,” writes Patrick Reardon, a former member of the Pastoral Council of the Archdiocese of Chicago and the author of nine books, including “Faith Stripped to Its Essence.”
            New York’s governor risked his downfall by trying to control the COVID-19 narrative, writes Sun Sentinel columnist Randy Schultz. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis can't find the metrics to show that he's best on the virus, because no governor can.
            Florida's chief inspector general has largely blamed the accounting and auditing firm Deloitte for the state's disaster of an unemployment website. The firm says it built the site to meet the state's demands. Either the firm is incompetent, or the state required a system designed to fail.
            The Community Foundation of Broward has launched the $1 million BE BOLD Prize to identify an outside-of-the box, innovative approach to get local residents back to work. But it’s just one way to help jump-start Broward’s jobs recovery, writes Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson, the foundation’s president and CEO.
            President Biden was right to give Venezuelans in this country temporary protected status. How many other sensible immigration decisions are out there? Plenty.
            Sun Sentinel readers oppose efforts by Legislature to limit Bright Futures scholarships to job market
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