TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — In honor of conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh, Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday introduced he would order flags in Florida to be flown at half-staff when Limbaugh’s physique is laid to relaxation.
Limbaugh, a Florida resident, died Wednesday after battling lung most cancers. DeSantis known as him a buddy. It is not clear when the flags will probably be lowered, because the funeral plans for Limbaugh haven’t been introduced but.
“When there’s issues of this magnitude, as soon as the date of interment for Rush is introduced, we’ll be reducing the flags to half workers,” DeSantis stated at a information convention in Palm Seashore County.
Limbaugh’s demise has been extensively mourned by conservatives, though critics have highlighted previous feedback by him that they allege had been bigoted and blatantly racist.
The governor has beforehand ordered flags to be at half-staff to honor the deaths of legislation enforcement officers killed on obligation, members of the Navy killed in a mass capturing in Pensacola and Supreme Courtroom Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, amongst others.
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