Nikki Fried Condemns Use Of FL Bar To ‘Silence Opposition’ | Florida Politics – Spot On Florida

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New court revelations have already been political with COVID-19 policy implications for Florida, but now gubernatorial candidate Commissioner Nikki Fried (D-FL) condemning the use of the court system to “silence our opposition.” In a recent case, Daniel Uhlfelder, a lawyer and political…

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