For the second straight year, the Florida House approved legislation Thursday to prohibit foreign laws from shaping family court rulings or civil contracts — a move condemned by Muslim groups that lobbied lawmakers earlier this week.
The measure (CS/HB 351) has languished in the Senate, where it died last year. But it sparked heated debate on the House floor before winning approval 79-39.
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