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Firm Says Rights Violated In Pot License Fight


Tallahassee, FL – A Tampa-based orchid grower has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Florida Department of Health and several current and former state officials, alleging constitutional due-process violations related to the nursery’s attempt to get a medical marijuana license. The lawsuit, filed last week in Tallahassee by prominent Jacksonville civil-rights lawyers William Sheppard and Elizabeth White, is ... Read More »

Underground Power Lines Bill Goes To DeSantis


Tallahassee, FL – Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday formally received a bill that could lead to an expansion of underground power lines in Florida, with supporters touting the measure as a way to help reduce electricity outages after hurricanes. A key part of the bill (SB 796) would change the way underground power-line projects are financed, a change that could ... Read More »

Volusia County Sets Beach Cleanup For July 5th


Daytona Beach, FL – Lots of people head to the beach to celebrate the Fourth of July. When the fifth of July comes around, there are usually thousands of pounds of debris strewn across Volusia County beaches, which leads to the busiest beach cleanup day of the year. If you’d like to help in the cleanup, you don’t even to ... Read More »

DBPD Hosting Gun Buyback Program


Daytona Beach, FL – The police department of Daytona Beach has an offer for people looking to surrender a firearm, no questions asked. But it has to be real and it has to be unloaded. But, once the gun is handed in, Messod Bendayan, the Public Information Officer with Daytona Beach police, says that whoever gave the firearm over will ... Read More »