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State Government

Ignoring Climate Change is Not a Winning Strategy

Florida Republicans are so afraid of climate change that they've passed a law to never speak of it. As Florida is on fire, underwater, and unaffordable, our state government is rolling back climate change legislation...
Seminole gambling

Florida gambling regulators backed on employee cardroom rule

A court says the Florida Gaming Control Commission can bar cardroom employees from playing poker where they work.
Scales of Justice Law

DeSantis OKs a plan to add judges, including two county judges in Hillsborough

Gov. Ron DeSantis signed 11 bills, including a measure that will increase the number of circuit court and county judges in Florida.

The Scoop: Thur. May 16th, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

The Tampa community has been addressing concerns of gun violence, handling lawsuits, that address racial allegations and Israeli bonds.
public records

DeSantis is dismissed from a Washington Post case seeking his travel records

A circuit judge has dismissed Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office from a lawsuit filed by the Washington Post over access to DeSantis’ travel records.

Fire and Ice interviewed: Richard a Black Business Owner of The Elite Factory, in the TampaBay Area

Fire and Ice interviewed: Richard a Black Business Owner of The Elite Factory, in the TampaBay Area a professional gym that welcome everyone to train and develop good health habit whether you are up...
Joe Redner

Joe Redner supports Florida recreational weed amendment despite its shortcomings

Joe Redner is best known for fighting the government over his world-famous Mons Venus strip club, but he garnered headlines a few years ago fighting for the right to grow his own medical marijuana. He...

Local Education News with Jessica Vaughn

Florida is now LAST in the nation in teacher pay, according to a recent survey reported by the National Education Association! We discussed that, the State's pre-emption of the allocation of state education funding, the...
TECO power plant in Apollo Beach Florida burns coal and releases water vapor plus greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide that contribute to climate change

Duke Energy Florida and Tampa Electric rates could go down in June

Florida PSC staff members have recommended that Customers of Duke Energy Florida and Tampa Electric should see monthly bills trimmed in June.
teacher in class

Education and insurance bills are sent to the Florida governor

A bill limiting teacher preparation programs and one moving policies out of the state’s Citizens Property Insurance have been sent to Florida Gov. DeSantis.
banned books, First Amendment

DeSantis signs laws on book challenges and charter schools

More than 1,200 objections were filed to school library books last school year in Florida. A new law limits challenges by some people.

Middle East Shadow War, Florida Bans and “Civil War”

Patró Mabíli, ready to elucidate. Despite 2023 being deemed the hottest year on record the Republican Governor of Florida bans local governments from protecting workers from heat and limits police oversight board. Also world markets...

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