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New direction sought for Medical Marijuana in Florida

New direction sought for Medical Marijuana in Florida

Having come with three percentage points of passing Amendment 2, supporters of medical marijuana are calling for a new approach next time the initiative comes before Florida voters. Several have called for Orlando attorney John Morgan to step away and allow new voices to come forward. Morgan, [...]

Weekend Buzz: Confederate Flags, Picking New Pike, Blankets needed

Weekend Buzz: Confederate Flags, Picking New Pike, Blankets needed

Confederate Flag on BCC agenda County Attorney Allison Rogers is bring forth to the Escambia County Commission a discussion of whether it wishes to address a vote of the Board of County Commissioners on February 10, 2000, related to the Confederate Flag. In 2000, the late Leroy Boyd, president [...]

State lawmakers seek input on local bills

State lawmakers seek input on local bills

State Representative Clay Ingram, chairman of the Escambia County State Legislative Delegation, announced today that a public hearing will be held on Monday, December 15, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio, located at 1000 College Blvd. in Pensacola. Delegation [...]

Florida Supreme Court rules Redistricting documents must be released

Florida Supreme Court rules Redistricting documents must be released

By BRANDON LARRABEE THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously rejected a Republican political consultant's efforts to keep his redistricting records private, promising to give the public its first glimpse of documents that helped lead to the state's [...]

SoGo Saturday tomorrow

SoGo Saturday tomorrow

SOGO District of downtown Pensacola is holding tomorrow its second SOGO Saturday. Between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday, November 15, shop, listen, dine and enjoy Palafox Street south of Government Street, which will be closed off for your entertainment. The newly established lunchtime trolley, The [...]

The Russians are coming

The Russians are coming

Tickets are on sale now for the Russian National Ballet’s performance of Cinderella on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at 8 p.m. Tickets for this outstanding ballet are $50 and $40 plus applicable service charge. Discounts are available for military members at the Saenger Theatre Box office and [...]

FL Democrats form committee to figure out comeback… Mirrors banned from meetings

FL Democrats form committee to figure out comeback… Mirrors banned from meetings

The Florida Democratic Party announced the creation the LEAD (Leadership Expansion to Advance Democrats) Task Force, which will "work to retool and strengthen the Party’s brand, bolster candidate recruitment efforts, and improve field and outreach performance heading into the pivotal 2016 [...]

Escambia County launches Ethics Hotline, Toll Free: (844) 640-0008

Escambia County launches Ethics Hotline, Toll Free: (844) 640-0008

Escambia County is the first local government to launched a Fraud, Waste and Abuse hotline. Citizens and county employees can now anonymously report activity that may be considered unethical or of concern. Inweekly reported last month that the city of Tallahassee has a similar hotline. The [...]

Video: Pam Bondi defends herself

The News Service of Florida posted this video of Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi adamantly defending herself when questioned about news reports implying she has cozy relationships with out-of-state lobbyists and corporate lawyer. "No lobbyist, no person, no corporation, no individual, will [...]

USO asks for help for Thanksgiving meal for local troops and their families

USO asks for help for Thanksgiving meal for local troops and their families

USO of Northwest Florida will be hosting the 7th Annual Thanksgiving Feast & Festivities at their Naval Air Station location from November 27-30. Donations of food and money for the USO Thanksgiving Feast and Festivities are now being accepted. The weekend kicks off on Thanksgiving Day with a [...]

State sued over Deer-Dog hunts in Panhandle

State sued over Deer-Dog hunts in Panhandle

By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA A retired U.S. Air Force pilot and National Rifle Association member wants the state to stop hunters from using dogs to track down deer around his Panhandle property. Claiming they have been threatened by hunters and that dogs chasing deer can scare [...]

Letters show contentious nature of Pensacola State College faculty negotiations.

Letters show contentious nature of Pensacola State College faculty negotiations.

The labor attorney for Pensacola State College accused the Pensacola State College Faculty Association (PSCFA) of inappropriately seeking student support in its labor dispute with the community college after the school newspaper reported on the negotiations impasse. Inweekly has obtained a copy [...]

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