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The seven-minute delay during the latest Crist-Scott debate, dubbed #fangate on Twitter, quickly gained national attention.
First Amendment Foundation conducted a Sunshine Training seminar for Florida citizens outlining FOIA and transparency in state government.
Nicole Sanders, a thirty-three-year-old law student at Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, reports to Historic City News in St Augustine that she has uncovered evidence that suggests that Republican-turned-Independent-turned-Democrat, Charlie Crist, used his position when he was governor to “sell” judicial appointments in exchange for political campaign contributions. In a timeline of events […]
Two more cases of “Ebola-like symptoms” appeared in Florida: Miami and Orlando. The common factor with all of these cases is they had all recently traveled to West Africa.
Although it has been reported that a man admitted to Sarasota Memorial Hospital has symptoms similar to Ebola, the hospital doesn’t plan on testing.
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Charlie Crist receives $40K from strip clubs
Campaign finance records of a PAC for candidate for Florida governor Charlie Crist reveal donors that... Read MoreMore
Does your right to privacy include anonymity?
What does Facebook's cracking down on account holders who have used other names to create their Facebook... Read MoreMore
$14.06 billion unfunded retirement benefits
Florida is not alone in hiding the truth about pension debt from their citizens and employees; all 50... Read MoreMore
Over $1 million in benefits paid fraudulently
Social Security Administration reports the arrest of thieves of more than $1 million in fraudulent benefits... Read MoreMore
Florida gets 3809 Illegal Alien Kids
A new federal agency report says that 3809 illegal alien kids, known as UACs or Unaccompanied Alien... Read MoreMore
Jacksonville Electric violated open records law
An appeals court says employees of the city-owned utility company Jacksonville Electric Authority, the... Read MoreMore