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Capitol Update is a weekly review of state government. Topics this week include:
- Protestors in cities around the state and worldwide demand justice for black people killed by police.
- The DeSantis administration moves forward with plans to revive the state’s economy as the number of coronavirus cases in Florida pushes past 60 thousand.
- The Florida Supreme Court ruled a proposed constitutional amendment that would ban assault weapons cannot be placed on the ballot.