While the “Combating Public Disorder Act” just signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis is most notorious for its provisions aimed at street protests (classifying blocking cars during a demonstration as rioting, protecting drivers who plow into a crowd of protestors from civil liability), it also makes the damaging of any “memorial” (defined as a marker that “honors or recounts the military service of any past or present”) a third-degree felony, with a sentence of up to five years in prison. Topple a memorial and it’s a second-degree felony (up to 15 years). – Artnet

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