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In this week’s Folio Weed column, our Shelton Hull comments on the fractured state of Florida’s activist community as it attempts to place a recreational marijuana initiative on next … more
In an age of political polarization, an era of chronic 50-50 stalemate, it was refreshing to see Floridians of all political stripes come together last November to vote “yes” on Amendment … more
Some officers in the Clay County Sheriff’s Office refer to their workplace as “The House of Horrors.” It’s a joke, of course, but they don’t smile when they say it. They … more
In a region where one still finds schools named in honor of Jefferson Davis and Robert E. Lee, it’s no surprise that many folks refuse to look at local history with a critical eye. Anytime … more
Duval County’s Charter Revision Commission met for the fourth time last Friday, Sept. 13. It was an auspicious date, to be sure, and it proved most unlucky—at least for your average … more
What do wealth, power and privilege do when they find themselves on the wrong side of public opinion? They don’t back down, that’s for sure. No, when push comes to shove, the powerful … more
Numerous watchdog groups scrutinize and document the “pork-barrel” spending of government agencies across the nation. To facilitate some watchdogging of our own, Folio Weekly examined the … more
Florida! This big, beautiful state is home to some of the world’s finest beaches (all on its Atlantic Seaboard, mind you) and most breathtaking landscapes, not to mention unique flora and … more
On Tuesday, Aug. 20, at Centerpoint Baptist Church in Middleburg, Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels held his first town hall meeting since he was elected in 2016. It seemed to be a carefully … more
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