U.S. Bans Travel From Brazil, New Hong Kong Protests, Florida Voting Law Struck Down : Up First The U.S. has banned travel from Brazil after a surge in coronavirus cases there. Also, protests sparked on Sunday in response to China's plans to tighten its control over Hong Kong through security legislation. And, a federal judge has ruled that a Florida state law that would have required felons to pay any outstanding court fees and fines before they can register to vote is unconstitutional.
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U.S. Bans Travel From Brazil, New Hong Kong Protests, Florida Voting Law Struck Down

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U.S. Bans Travel From Brazil, New Hong Kong Protests, Florida Voting Law Struck Down

U.S. Bans Travel From Brazil, New Hong Kong Protests, Florida Voting Law Struck Down

U.S. Bans Travel From Brazil, New Hong Kong Protests, Florida Voting Law Struck Down

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The U.S. has banned travel from Brazil after a surge in coronavirus cases there. Also, protests sparked on Sunday in response to China's plans to tighten its control over Hong Kong through security legislation. And, a federal judge has ruled that a Florida state law that would have required felons to pay any outstanding court fees and fines before they can register to vote is unconstitutional.