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FORWARD TO A FRACKING BAN Wednesday, May 6
The Florida House and Senate may be in complete dysfunction, but Florida itself may benefit from their turmoil. With several bills still in limbo, the state’s House of Representatives packed up and adjourned three days before the session was to officially end on May 1.
EVERY STORY BEGGED TO BE TOLD Wednesday, April 8
"So much for Objective Journalism. Don't bother to look for it here — not under any byline of mine; or anyone else I can think of. With the possible exception of things like box scores, race …
Taking the long walk regarding the urgency of the Jax Beach Pier's potential maintenance issues
Hunting permits, population control, and the advice of Geese Peace
BISHOP EMERGES FROM MONTH-LONG STUDY SESSION TO ENDORSE THE INCUMBENT
REVERSE ROBIN HOOD Wednesday, February 25
Finally, someone gets it. Someone, that is, beyond the myriad economists and journalists who have laid bare this scam in cities all over this nation of ours time and time again. Someone actually in office, a chairman of a powerful state legislative …
LOSING MY RELIGION Wednesday, April 15
IF ONLY BILL HAY HAD A TIME MACHINE...
Baltimore is a wake-up call, for more reasons than one
Two weeks ago, as I'm sure you've heard, Shad Khan unveiled his plans for The Shipyards in a slick-as-shit video that probably cost more to put together than I'll make this year. On Feb. 23, his company sent the city of Jacksonville a Term Sheet …
FROM THE EDITOR Wednesday, April 8
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