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The Buzz 9/5/19

The Buzz 9/5/19

Crush the Crisis On Saturday, Sept. 7, West Florida Hospital will host “Crush the Crisis,” an opioid take-back event with the goal of collecting and properly disposing of unused or expired [...]

Winners & Losers 8/29/19

Winners & Losers 8/29/19

Winner Ron DeSantis The Florida governor has agreed to allow Florida to join a national electronic center to exchange voter registration data with other states, an effort long-sought by county [...]

The Buzz 1/17/19

The Buzz 1/17/19

Inside Florida Inaugurations Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried made history when she was sworn into office on Tuesday, Jan. 8. “As the first Jewish woman elected statewide in [...]

Outtakes—Looking Ahead

Outtakes—Looking Ahead

By Rick Outzen The elections of 2018 have changed the face of our federal, state, county and municipal governments. How those governments evolve next year will have significant impacts on the 2020 [...]

DeSantis vs. Gillum

DeSantis vs. Gillum

The governor’s race is one of the tightest in the nation with former Republican Congressman Ron DeSantis of Palm Coast facing the Democratic mayor of Tallahassee, Andrew Gillum. Both defeated more [...]

Outtakes—Job Training Blocked

Outtakes—Job Training Blocked

By Rick Outzen GOP gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis and Democratic nominee Andrew Gillum last week touted the need to ramp up Florida’s technical and vocational programs. “We are going [...]

Primary Takeaways

Primary Takeaways

By Rick Outzen The August primary had plenty of surprises, especially locally. County Commissioner Doug Underhill edged out a well-financed challenger, Alan McMillan, to win the District 2 [...]

The Buzz 4/14/16

The Buzz 4/14/16

Ingram House Bound State Rep. Clay Ingram (R-Pensacola) called Inweekly and other media last Thursday to say he had decided to run for a fourth term. Ingram, who also serves as the president and [...]

Transforming Washington, D.C.

Transforming Washington, D.C.

By Rick Outzen The hottest U.S. Senate race next year is in Florida. Who will replace Marco Rubio? Both the Democratic and Republican primaries are hotly contested. No one is seen as a clear [...]