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  1. Dead College Star’s Family Denied Compensation

    Devaughn Darling was a promising football player at Florida State, but his death during winter workouts at the school turned promise to pain. After a $2 million wrongful death settlement, the school paid Darling’s family just $200,000, saying the state of Florida owed the rest. And 13 years on, their $1.8 million will only be paid if Florida’s state legislature approves a Claims Bill specifically for their case — and less than a quarter of such bills are approved. Adding insult to injury, Florida’s last budget was $77.1 billion, with a $1.2 billion surplus.

    SB Nation

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