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Pastor seeks law against performing same-sex marriage
Now that marriage between same-sex couples is legal nationwide, some religious leaders are fighting to make sure their rights are upheld. Chris Walker is a pastor at Cathedral of Power in Clermont. He said his first amendment rights are being challenged and wants to confirm that pastors won’t be required to perform same-sex marriages.

Why police can't file charges in Florida revenge porn case
A supervisor with the Orange County Sheriff's Office is being investigated by her own department.

Second teen pleads guilty in Winter Springs High gang rape
A second teen accused of gang raping a classmate near Winter Springs High School pleaded guilty in Seminole County juvenile court Tuesday morning. In accordance with our Crime Guidelines, News 13 is not identifying any of the three juvenile suspects in this case. Two others were charged as adults.

Husband speaks to WESH 2 after deputy relieved of duty (video)
A supervisor with the Orange County Sheriff's Office is being investigated by her own department.

As Vows Are Exchanged, Gay Marriage Opponents Fight On
Will the fight over same-sex marriage continue in Florida? As same-sex couples exchanged wedding vows in Florida, the state’s Attorney General Pam Bondi is staying mum on whether she’ll keep fighting to uphold Florida’s voter-approved constitutional ban on gay marriage.

Making sense of Florida's 2014 amendments
Florida will decide three constitutional amendments in the 2014 general election in November, including one controversial that would legalize medical marijuana in the Sunshine State. Each measure requires 60 percent voter approval to pass. Ballot items can be lengthy and confusing to some voters, so we've explained each of the three amendments here to help you be prepared before heading to the ballot box.


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