Today, on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine massacre, students across Charlotte County will take to the streets to protest gun violence.
“The traveling public deserves to know whether the FAA is conducting thorough safety oversight of Allegiant. Anything less could lead to disastrous consequences,” Nelson wrote in a letter Monday to the inspector general for the U.S. Department of Transportation.
A group of Young Democrats attended the April meeting of the Charlotte Democratic Club to share their news and volunteer their time. Jamison Huebert, Sabrina Salovitz, Shannah Salovitz, and Lianna Hubbard spoke passionately at the monthly Charlotte County Democratic Club meeting on Saturday, April 14th. They announced their plans for the National School Walkout and…
Charlotte County Democrats Betty Gissendanner and Judy Schnabel recently attended a Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) event in Tampa
The Charlotte County Commission unanimously approved Tuesday vacating a 22-acre portion of the Charlotte Harbor community’s plat, including 4.5 acres of public road rights of way, to allow Sunseeker Florida Inc. to turn a key area near the U.S. 41 bridges into a destination resort.
The Scott administration quickly worked to distance itself from the collapse of a Florida International University pedestrian bridge that left six dead, but documents from the state’s transportation department and the university paint a different picture
This month the US Supreme Court will hear arguments in Janus v. AFSCME, a case that could decide whether government workers will be required to pay union dues. The decision pits “right to work” advocates against organized labor.
The FCC is planning to end the internet’s Net Neutrality rules that protect consumers’ right to a truly free and open internet. This is a reckless plan that will fundamentally change the internet as we know it! I’m going to be doing everything I can to fight this plan and make sure the internet remains a level playing field for all.
Republican Congressman Tom Rooney’s district may lose $62 million a year in gross domestic product should Congress end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, a recent study indicates.
Florida’s legislative black caucus on Tuesday bashed White House chief of staff John Kelly as “an empty suit” and called on him to apologize to Rep. Frederica Wilson for falsely accusing her amid a controversy concerning the death of an Army soldier who was a constituent of hers.