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The Buzz 7/2/15

The Buzz 7/2/15

Talking Race Relations With the painful memory of the recent mass murder at a church in Charleston, South Carolina fresh in everyone's mind, Pensacola’s new police chief, David Alexander, Escambia [...]

The Buzz 6/3/15

The Buzz 6/3/15

Rolling Hills Closed Friday, May 29 wasn’t a good day for the owners of Rolling Hills Construction and Demolition Recycling Center, the dump that has plagued the residents of the Wedgewood [...]

The Faces of Cannabis

The Faces of Cannabis

Inside The Fight For Charlotte’s Web By Rick Outzen While being interviewed by Inweekly, Bridget Bateman sits in a Jacksonville hospital watching her son Preston, 8, battle another [...]

Sacred Heart CEO Discusses LIP

Sacred Heart CEO Discusses LIP

By Rick Outzen Florida Legislature convened on Monday for a special session to approve the state budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1. Providing health care coverage for 800,000 uninsured [...]

No More Kicking The Can

No More Kicking The Can

By Rick Outzen Florida does not have a budget for next year. Despite the Republican Party controlling both chambers, the governorship and all Florida Cabinet posts, the leaders can’t agree on [...]

Outtakes—Comrade Scott

Outtakes—Comrade Scott

By Rick Outzen For years, Gov. Rick Scott has known the federal Low Income Pool (LIP) program, which annually provides over $2 billion for the health care for low-income families across the state, [...]

Outtakes—Please Answer The Questions

Outtakes—Please Answer The Questions

Press conferences are invaluable to democracy. They allow the media to dig deeper into issues and force newsmakers to answer questions that they may not want to handle. Press conferences are the [...]

Winners & Losers 2/12/15

Winners & Losers 2/12/15

Winners Ashton Hayward The Pensacola mayor announced that Pensacola Police officers would begin wearing body cameras as part of their regular duty gear. The body cameras will be activated anytime [...]

Scott’s Keep Florida Working Budget

Scott’s Keep Florida Working Budget

By Rick Scott Gov. Rick Scott released on Jan. 28 his “Keep Florida Working” budget proposal for the fiscal that year that starts July 1. The setting was AP Legislative Planning Session that [...]

The Buzz: Hunting The Elephant

The Buzz: Hunting The Elephant

Hunting The Elephant The capital press corps came to the AP Legislative Planning Session held on Jan. 28 in Tallahassee and were prepared to find the truth behind allegations that Gov. Rick Scott had [...]

Outtakes—Road Trip

Outtakes—Road Trip

Last week, I took a road trip to Tallahassee to participate in an important media event leading into the upcoming legislative session. Every January, Associated Press hosts a series of press [...]

Winners & Losers 12/18/14

Winners & Losers 12/18/14

Winners Grover Robinson The Escambia County Commissioner bravely brought forth to his board a discussion of the Confederate battle flag being flown at the Pensacola Bay Center. Nearly 15 years [...]

Governor’s Race Overload

Governor’s Race Overload

By Rick Outzen Get Ready for the Election Push As the dog days of summer were winding down, I ran into a Tallahassee lobbyist who offered her perspective on the Florida governor’s race. With [...]

Inweekly Primary Endorsements

Inweekly Primary Endorsements

By Rick Outzen Inweekly keeps a close eye on local government. Our role is to analyze the facts, connect the dots and report what we’ve learned. The agenda is simple—how can we make this [...]

Primary Primer

Primary Primer

If everything you know about the upcoming Primary Election is based on campaign ads and fundraising emails, you might think Gov. Rick Scott and former Gov. Charlie Crist are the only guys on the [...]

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