D’Alemberte Remembered as “Definition of a Statesman”

D’Alemberte Remembered as “Definition of a Statesman”

By Dara Kam, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — With a shock of white hair, a trademark bow tie and a soft, Southern drawl, Talbot “Sandy” D’Alemberte was a legal icon who influenced decades of Florida governance and was described Tuesday as a “force of nature.” D’Alemberte, who died suddenly Monday at age 85, […]

Seven Ballot Initiatives to Watch

Seven Ballot Initiatives to Watch

By Jim Saunders, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Florida lawmakers this month approved a controversial bill that is expected to make it harder to put citizens’ initiatives on the ballot. The bill (HB 5) would place additional restrictions on gathering the hundreds of thousands of petition signatures needed to reach the ballot. For […]

Attorney John Morgan Labels Gillum a #Fraudster, Asks for Refund

Attorney John Morgan Labels Gillum a #Fraudster, Asks for Refund

Super attorney John Morgan went after former gubernatorial candidate and Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum on twitter today over Gillum’s decision to keep approximately $3.5 million in campaign funds rather than spend it in an effort to defeat Ron DeSantis in last years Florida governor’s race. At 9:31 am, Morgan began a series of tweets: .@AndrewGillum […]

Two Florida Counties Hacked Before 2016 Election

Two Florida Counties Hacked Before 2016 Election

By John Haughey, The Center Square Gov. Ron DeSantis went into Friday’s meeting with the FBI and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security [DHS] hoping to learn – and publicly divulge – which Florida county Special Counsel Robert Mueller was referring to in his report as being breached by Russian agents before the 2016 election. […]

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