Ahead of 2020, Republicans Craft Immigration Policy

Ahead of 2020, Republicans Craft Immigration Policy

By Ana Ceballos, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Two prominent state senators intend to release proposals for the 2020 legislative session that would set up the Republican platform on immigration, a key issue going into next year’s election cycle. Sen. Joe Gruters, who doubles as the chairman of the Republican Party of Florida, […]

TR Editor Steve Stewart to Speak at NEBA: “The Aftermath of the Indictments”

TR Editor Steve Stewart to Speak at NEBA: “The Aftermath of the Indictments”

The Network of Entrepreneurs and Business Advocates (NEBA) will hold their monthly membership meeting on Tuesday, July 23, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm at the Capital City Country Club. The speaker will be Tallahassee Reports Editor Steve Stewart, and the topic will be:  Tallahassee Politics – the Aftermath of the Indictments. “Based on his reporting with TR, […]

United Way Allocates Grants Based on New Process

The United Way of the Big Bend (UWBB) announced that twenty programs serving Leon County will receive $1.6 million in grants based on a new funding process. In 2018, UWBB underwent a strategic planning process to reset the mission of the organization. The process was guided guided by the ALICE Report and other community data. […]

Ethics Board Member Gwen Graham Urges City Commission to “Do Their Job”

Ethics Board Member Gwen Graham Urges City Commission to “Do Their Job”

The City’s Independent Ethics Board was told today, that absent a special workshop scheduled by the Tallahassee City Commission, it is likely their work on a new ethics ordinance will not be addressed by elected officials until next year. When asked when elected officials would address the proposed ordinance, Julie Meadows-Keefe, the Board’s Ethics Officer, […]

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