A BILL AIMED AT IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF FLORIDA'S JUVENILE BOOT CAMPS WILL BE NAMED AFTER MARTIN LEE ANDERSON.
THE 14 YEAR OLD BOY DIED AFTER A VIDEOTAPED CONFRONTATION WITH BOOT CAMP GUARDS.
STATE REPRESENTATIVE CURTIS RICHARDSON SAYS THE HOUSE TOOK A BOLD STEP BY NAMING THE LEGISLATION "THE MARTIN LEE ANDERSON ACT OF 2006."
THE LAWMAKERS ALSO ANNOUNCED PLANS FOR TWO EVENTS FOCUSING PUBLIC ATTENTION ON THE PANAMA CITY BOOT CAMP INCIDENT.
FLORIDA A-AND-M AND FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS HAVE ORGANIZED A FORUM ON THE CASE WEDNESDAY.
A RALLY IS SET FOR APRIL 21st IN THE CAPITOL COURTYARD.
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