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Saint Petersblog — Sunburn 7/24/15

Posted 07/24/2015

Saint Petersblog “Sunburn 7/24/15″ Weekend TV: The Usual Suspects on WCTV-Tallahassee/Thomasville (CBS) and WJHG-Panama City (NBC): Host Steve Vancore, reporter Dara Kam and Bob McClure of the James Madison Institute. Article: http://www.saintpetersblog.com/archives/236064

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Orlando Sentinel — The answer to redistricting headache — Florida Lottery

Posted 07/21/2015

Orlando Sentinel “The answer to redistricting headache — Florida Lottery” By Bill Mattox July 21, 2015 Now that the Florida Supreme Court has slapped down the redistricting plan adopted by the Florida Legislature, it’s time to get the third branch of government involved in a fair solution. Does anyone have the phone number for the …

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The Lakeland Ledger — Dunkelberger: Obama’s Pardons Spur Calls for Reform

Posted 07/17/2015

The Lakeland Ledger “Dunkelberger: Obama’s Pardons Spur Calls for Reform” By Lloyd Dunkelberger, Herald-Tribune  July 17, 2015 TALLAHASSEE – As President Barack Obama commuted the sentences of 46 prisoners, including 22 Floridians, who were serving long-term federal prison sentences for non-violent crimes, advocates used the occasion to call for sentencing reforms in Florida. Dominic Calabro, head of …

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The Lakeland Ledger — Obama’s pardons prompt calls for reform

Posted 07/17/2015

The Lakeland Ledger “Obama’s pardons prompt calls for reform” By Lloyd Dunkelberger, Herald-Tribune  July 17, 2015 TALLAHASSEE – As President Barack Obama commuted the sentences of 46 prisoners, including 22 Floridians, who were serving long-term federal prison sentences for non-violent crimes, advocates used the occasion to call for sentencing reforms in Florida. Dominic Calabro, head of Florida …

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Herald-Tribune — Obama’s pardons prompt calls for reform

Posted 07/17/2015

Herald-Tribune “Obama’s pardons prompt calls for reform” By Lloyd Dunkelberger July 17, 2015 TALLAHASSEE – As President Barack Obama commuted the sentences of 46 prisoners, including 22 Floridians, who were serving long-term federal prison sentences for non-violent crimes, advocates used the occasion to call for sentencing reforms in Florida. Dominic Calabro, head of Florida TaxWatch, said …

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WRLN Miami, South Florida — Study Prompts Call To Expand Juvenile Diversion Programs

Posted 07/16/2015

WRLN Miami, South Florida “Study Prompts Call To Expand Juvenile Diversion Programs” July 16, 2015 By Margie Menzel, News Service of Florida A new study on diversion programs for juvenile offenders is helping bolster a call to expand their use in Florida. Released Wednesday, the report found that a 25 percent increase in the use …

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Pensacola Today — Study prompts call to expand juvenile diversion programs

Posted 07/16/2015

Pensacola Today “Study prompts call to expand juvenile diversion programs” July 16, 2015 TALLAHASSEE — A new study on diversion programs for juvenile offenders is helping bolster a call to expand their use in Florida. Released Wednesday, the report found that a 25 percent increase in the use of civil citations as alternatives to arrest would …

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WFLA-AM Radio (Tampa Bay, FL), 8 a.m. — New study prompts call to increase civil citations instead of arrests

Posted 07/16/2015

WFLA-AM Radio (Tampa Bay, FL), 8 a.m. “New study prompts call to increase civil citations instead of arrests” July 16, 2015 By Rick Flagg 

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Orlando Sentinel — Study prompts call to expand juvenile diversion programs

Posted 07/16/2015

Orlando Sentinel “Study prompts call to expand juvenile diversion programs” By Margie Menzel July 16, 2015 A new study on diversion programs for juvenile offenders is helping bolster a call to expand their use in Florida. Released Wednesday, the report found that a 25 percent increase in the use of civil citations as alternatives to …

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Miami Herald — Miami-Dade a leader in use of alternatives to arrest for under-age offenders

Posted 07/16/2015

Miami Herald “Miami-Dade a leader in use of alternatives to arrest for under-age offenders” By Mary Ellen Klas July 15, 2015 TALLAHASSEE — Miami-Dade, Monroe and Pinellas counties lead the state in using a new program that aims to keep young people who commit minor crimes out of the juvenile justice system by allowing police …

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