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Mike Hill: ‘Do not let him fester’

Peter Schorsch, publisher of some of Florida’s most influential new media websites, including Florida Politics and Sunburn, wrote a scathing viewpoint calling for GOP leaders…

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‘Milkshaking’ of Gaetz at town hall (video)

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz, (R-FL), knew to expect the protesters as he walked out of his town hall event in Pensacola…

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Mayor finally speaks out against attack on LGBTQ community

It took three tries and criticism from Inweekly and the Pensacola News Journal, but Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson did condemn the statements made at recent…

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Pensacola mayor speaks out against hate speech, sorta

Eight days after a group meeting in Pensacola City Hall that joked about passing legislation that would make homosexuality a crime punishable by death, Mayor…

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City plans sitting on a shelf

In this week’s Outtakes – Maybe This Time, I write about my hope that the SCAPE waterfront plan will be treated better than post city…

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Mayor explains city hall use policy

In response to our post – City Council gives group special status From Mayor Grover Robinson: All City of Pensacola buildings, community centers and parks…

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Hill: Gay is a choice (audio)

Here is the audio from State Rep. Mike Hill’s speech before the Women for Responsible Legislation where he denounces legislation that would protect the LGBTQ…

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City Council gives group special status

Last week, State Rep. Mike Hill was the featured speaker of Women for Responsible Legislation, which meets monthly in Pensacola City Hall. Hill, who failed…

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New fire code puts food trucks in jeopardy

Yesterday Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson called to explain that the state has adopted a new fire code that food trucks and mobile or temporary cooking…

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