How Republicans Could Repel the Blue Wave

Wall Street Journal columnist Kimberly A. Strassel recently wrote on the battle for swing votes in her article entitled “How Republicans Could Still Win.” In light of the recent polls that suggest a Blue Wave is coming, Stassel insists that Republicans can keep the congressional majority, if they play their cards right. Stassel’s suggestions to […]

City Commission Adopts New Law Regarding Road Solicitation

City Commission Adopts New Law Regarding Road Solicitation

At the October 17th meeting, the City Commission voted 5-0 to adopt an ordinance regarding public safety on roads and medians, which specifically addresses solicitation. The current law states that an individual cannot approach vehicles in the street for certain reasons, including: soliciting or collecting donations or employment, and selling goods or services. Other types […]

City Ordinance Establishes Hours of Operation for Businesses Selling Alcoholic Beverages

City Ordinance Establishes Hours of Operation for Businesses Selling Alcoholic Beverages

At the September 26th meeting, the City Commission introduced a new ordinance regarding the closing hours for any licensed establishment selling and purchasing of alcoholic beverages. It is currently unlawful for any licensed establishment to remain open between 3:00 am and 6:00 am. In January 2016, the City Commission passed an ordinance to treat all […]

North Florida Congressman Neal Dunn Named to Farm Bill Conference Committee

North Florida Congressman Neal Dunn Named to Farm Bill Conference Committee

Republican U.S. Representative Neal Dunn from Florida’s 2nd congressional district was recently named to the Farm Bill Conference Committee. The Senate and House each appointed officials from their respective chambers in order to negotiate a 2018 farm bill before the 2014 farm bill expires on September 30th. The conference consists of all members from the […]

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