The ACLU added that awarding security grants to institutions from only one religion may violate the separation of church and state.
Florida’s governor declared a state of emergency ahead of a campus event by “alt-right” head Richard Spencer.
“We have looked at what happened in Charlottesville and Berkeley,” the local sheriff said. “We’re not being alarmist. But we want to be prepared.”
The selfie he took doing hurricane relief efforts brought him fame—and scrutiny.
The group of survivors, unable to leave a powerless building, was discovered by the Chesed Shel Emes volunteer society.
“I don’t care where you live, if it’s 90 or 100 degree weather, it’s deadly. And if you’re in your 80s and have a heart condition, you’re done for.”
Deutch, the Florida Democratic congressman, was sheltered in safe room at his in-laws’ house in the suburb of Boca Raton.
Nursing homes were intentionally not evacuated. “I have two sons who live close by, but I’m safer here than I would be with them,” one resident said.
Rabbi Yaakov Zucker promised to let residents of Key West take shelter in the Chabad house — one of the safest buildings on the island.
An influential Ashkenazi rabbi said Jews may travel on Shabbat to escape Hurricane Irma, a category 5 storm that is expected to hit Florida.