Charlotte County Commissioners approved giving the resort an additional 3.62 acres on the east side of U.S. 41 — paid for by tax payer dollars. The resort would in turn complete more than $16 million in infrastructure improvements.
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On February 21st, many Port Charlotte High School students walked out of class to protest Florida’s gun laws following the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglass High School on the 14th.
Nothing is closer to home, nothing is more precious than the well being of our children. I can list all the places of violence, all the statistics, all of the actors but, you and I already know all that, and don’t need to hear that anymore.
The debate over guns, the “me too” movement against sexual misconduct and the federal government’s handling of hurricane recovery in Puerto Rico will give Florida Democrats victories up and down the November ballot, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson predicted during a meeting with state House Democrats
In response to Rick Scott’s refusal to attend tonight’s CNN town hall on gun safety, Florida Democratic Party Spokesperson Caroline Rowland issued the following statement: “Rick Scott’s refusal to join survivors, students, parents, teachers and Floridians at tonight’s discussion shows how afraid he is to explain his long record of opposing common-sense gun safety measures. He can’t defend…
Thousands descended on Florida’s Capitol in Tallahassee on Wednesday for the ‘Never Again’ rally, led by students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
On Wednesday, swarms of student protesters carrying signs and boxes of petitions stormed the Florida Capitol, pleading with lawmakers to pass tougher gun control in the wake of the deadly shooting at a Broward County school last week.
Tuesday night’s NOVA Republican Club meeting in Nokomis was supposed to have a little different feel to it. Representative Tom Rooney with Florida’s 17th Congressional District was scheduled to be at the meeting, but at the last minute, the congressman backed out of it.
On their first full day lobbying Florida lawmakers in Tallahassee to change the state’s gun laws, students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School quickly learned change does not happen very fast in government, if at all.