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$3 Million in Limbo

$3 Million in Limbo

By Duwayne Escobedo Nearly nine months ago, the Triumph Gulf Coast board set aside a little more than $3 million for the Escambia County School District to train the students of today for the [...]

Gaetz’s Last Crusade

Gaetz’s Last Crusade

By Duwayne Escobedo Don Gaetz’s father, Jerry, served as mayor of the small town of Rugby, N.D.—the geographic center of North America—and later as a state senator. At the dinner table, [...]

Considering Constitutional Changes

Considering Constitutional Changes

By Jeremy Morrison Once in a generation—every 20 years—Florida takes a look at the state constitution, to see if it might need changing. It's happened three times now. This process is [...]

The Buzz 9/28/17

The Buzz 9/28/17

Community Code of Ethics Former Florida Senate President Don Gaetz discussed ethics in government with community leaders today during an Advocacy Lunch and Learn sponsored by the Studer Community [...]

Don Gaetz: Still Serving

Don Gaetz: Still Serving

By Rick Outzen Don Gaetz retired from the Florida Senate last year after serving 10 years, two of which were as Senate President, 2012-14. However, he hasn't retired from public service. Gaetz [...]

Gaetz Offers Political Insights

Gaetz Offers Political Insights

By Duwayne Escobedo Don Gaetz promised himself he would take three months off after his 22-year political career, which included serving as the President of the Florida Senate, ended because of [...]

A Legislative Lion Comes Home

A Legislative Lion Comes Home

By Rick Outzen As he has done for the past decade, State Senator Don Gaetz (R-Niceville) sat down with Inweekly to talk about the most recently adjourned legislative session. This conversation was [...]

Winners & Losers 1/21/16

Winners & Losers 1/21/16

Winners Ashton Hayward In November, the Pensacola mayor issued a press release announcing his support of Governor Rick Scott’s proposal to create a new $250 million Florida Enterprise Fund. [...]

Anti-Corruption Bill Still Alive

Anti-Corruption Bill Still Alive

By Rick Outzen The first week of 2016 Legislative Session was a roller coaster ride for those wanting to fight government corruption in the state of Florida. Fortunately the USA network of Florida [...]

Gaetz’s Final Session

Gaetz’s Final Session

By Rick Outzen Since 2007, State Senator Don Gaetz (R-Niceville) has sat down with Inweekly every December to discuss the upcoming legislative session. He has gone from rising star to Senate [...]

Outtakes—A Higher Standard

Outtakes—A Higher Standard

By Rick Outzen Five years ago, Governor Charlie Crist and Attorney General Bill McCollum empaneled a statewide grand jury to investigate the causes and circumstances of corruption in state and [...]

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