Posted in State & National News

Gaetz: No go on using military force against Iran without congressional approval

Today, U.S. Congressmen Matt Gaetz (FL-01) and Ro Khanna (CA-17), along with 16 original cosponsors, introduced an amendment to the annual National Defense Authorization Act…

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Posted in State & National News

Miller’s zombie campaign

Florida Politic’s Noah Pransky reports how our former Congressman Jeff Miller has used his campaign account that he never shut down. Miller, who chaired the…

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Posted in Escambia County State & National News

Hill loves Inweekly now

After being called “fake news” for two weeks by the state lawmaker and his supporters, Inweekly has picked up an unlikely new fan–Rep. Mike Hill….

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Posted in Escambia County State & National News

Poll: Hill has support, but not so much for his issues

In a InWeekly/Political Matrix poll of 450 likely Republican voters in State House District 1, we found that 52.4 percent would re-elect controversial State Rep….

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Posted in Escambia County Florida Pensacola State & National News

Bridge Name Game

By Danielle Brown, Inweekly Tensions ran high among Escambia and Santa Rosa County citizens in the final public meeting over renaming the Pensacola Bay Bridge….

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Mike Hill issues apology

From State Rep. Mike Hill: “As everyone already knows, I am a Bible believing Christian, I am publishing this press release to address the controversy…

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Posted in Pensacola State & National News

Governor agrees with push for Hill to apologize

The Miami Herald reports that Gov. Ron DeSantis commented on State Rep. Mike Hill’s issues with the LBGTQ community at today’s Florida Cabinet meeting. The…

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Posted in Florida Pensacola Politics State & National News

Hill takes to talk radio to spin, defend, attack

While he refused to talk with Inweekly and PNJ reporters, State Rep. Mike Hill did appear on local radio stations on Monday, June 3 to…

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Posted in Politics Protests State & National News

Inweekly asks for legal opinion on Mike Hill blocking his Twitter account

Inweekly publisher Rick Outzen and several News Journal reporters have been blocked from State Rep. Mike Hill’s official Twitter account. This morning we sent a…

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