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Opinion: Christian nationalism is really heresy

CharlotteDems.com Editor’s note: The following letter to the editor by CCDEC member Dan Rodriguez was published in the Sun on Saturday, Feb. 2nd. Editor: God doesn’t bless America. That’s not how this works. This kind of wrecks the narrative you’ve been told especially the past 18 months under this administration. This bit of heresy has …

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Andrew Gillum joins CNN as a political commentator

The election may be over, but Andrew Gillum isn’t leaving your television screen. The former Florida gubernatorial candidate announced Tuesday he is joining CNN as a political commentator.   Thrilled to be joining @CNN as a political commentator. 📺 👊🏾🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/UpOC7MRKAz — Andrew Gillum (@AndrewGillum) January 29, 2019 (Read more in TampaBay.com)

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Charlotte Co. DEC Chair Patrick Hurley criticizes state GOP Position on Trump

CharlotteDems.com Editor’s Note: The following letter to the editor by CCDEC Chair Patrick Hurley was published in the Charlotte Sun on Wednesday, Jan. 23rd. Responsibility falls to Republicans Editor: Membership has responsibilities. Monday’s front page article stated that State Sen. Joe Gruters, the new chair of the Florida Republican Party, made clear that supporting Trump will …

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Democrats Pass Bill to Reopen the Government!

Say it loud and make it clear: the newly Democratic-controlled House approved a legislative package to reopen parts of the federal government.  The bill passed the House 241-190. And Democrats in the House approved a spending bill for the Department of Homeland Security that would not allocate any new fall funding. The bill passed 239-192, …

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Lawmaker Tries to End Monopoly-Solar Stronghold

State Democratic Senator Jose Javier Rodriguez filed a bill that would, if enacted, legalize power-purchase agreements across Florida. Florida remains one of the last four states where it is illegal for property owners to sell home-generated solar power to others, including tenants. Statute 366.02 states that most anyone who sells power in Florida is considered …

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Florida election officials prepare to register former felons

Many of Florida’s local election officials — who have been unable to get any clear instructions recently from the state — said they will start adding voters to the rolls in January even if they had been convicted of felony crimes. The state’s voters in November approved Amendment 4, which says most felons will automatically …

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Decline of Florida gas prices begins to stall as oil prices increase

The plunge of gas prices is slowing down. AAA – The Auto Club Group is reporting that prices have dropped just about 2 cents. The most expensive gas in Florida is in Panama City at $2.66 a gallon, while the least expensive gas in Florida is in Tampa bay at $2.13 a gallon. (Read more in FOX35Orlando.Com)

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