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SaintPetersBlog – Sunburn for 6.28.16: Divided We Stand

Posted 06/28/2016

  HAPPENING TODAY: The James Madison Institute holds its 2016 Panama City regional meeting starting 5 p.m. at the Shark’s Tooth Golf Club, 2003 Wild Heron Way in Panama City. Featured speakers include JMI President and CEO Dr. Bob McClure and former House Speaker Allan Bense, who serves as JMI Board Chairman. Cost is $20 for JMI members …

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Florida Politics – Sunburn for 6.28.16: Divided We Stand

Posted 06/28/2016

  HAPPENING TODAY: The James Madison Institute holds its 2016 Panama City regional meeting starting 5 p.m. at the Shark’s Tooth Golf Club, 2003 Wild Heron Way in Panama City. Featured speakers include JMI President and CEO Dr. Bob McClure and former House Speaker Allan Bense, who serves as JMI Board Chairman. Cost is $20 for JMI members …

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PR Urgent – The Release of the 2016 Candidate Connection

Posted 06/28/2016

To educate candidates running for local and state offices about key children’s issues, The Children’s Campaign is announcing the release of its 2016 Candidate Connection, a publication developed every election year that is distributed to candidates running for public office, as well as civic-minded citizens and media professionals. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Nonprofits Team Up to …

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The Florida Current – The Week Ahead for June 27 to July 1, 2016

Posted 06/27/2016

  Tuesday, June 28, 2016: JMI MEETING… The James Madison Institute holds its 2016 Panama City regional meeting starting 5 p.m. Tuesday. It features a discussion on the Sunshine State’s role in the national political landscape with JMI President & CEO Dr. Bob McClure and former House Speaker Allan Bense. More information can be found here. Article: http://www.thefloridacurrent.com/article.cfm?id=46840271

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Florida Politics – Jacksonville Bold for 6.25.16: Many Will Enter, Few Will Win

Posted 06/25/2016

Spotted at The James Madison Institute (JMI) Fellows Board Retreat in Orlando: JMI’s Francisco Gonzalez, Volunteer Florida’s Chester Spellman, Step Up for Students’ Sara Clements, and The Fiorentino Group’s Mark Pinto. Article: http://floridapolitics.com/archives/214586-jacksonville-bold-6-25-16-many-will-enter-will-win

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SaintPetersBlog – Sunburn for 6.24.16: What surprises lurk on the last day of Qualifying Week?

Posted 06/24/2016

The Usual Suspects on WCTV-Tallahassee/Thomasville (CBS) and WJHG-Panama City (NBC): Gary Yordon, Ed Moore, and Bob McClure of the James Madison Institute. Article: http://saintpetersblog.com/sunburn-6-24-16/

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Naples Daily News – Supreme Court Ruling a Victory for Property Rights in the U.S.

Posted 06/22/2016

Private property owners in the United States won a great victory in the U.S. Supreme Court recently. The high court ruled that a private property owner may appeal to the court system the labeling of their property as “wetlands” based on the federal Clean Water Act. Yes, you heard that right. Until recently, if the …

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You’re Invited: Milton Friedman Legacy Day Luncheon

Posted 06/21/2016

Join JMI on Friday, July 29, 2016 for Friedman Legacy Day. We’ll be celebrating the works of Dr. Milton Friedman, world-renowned economist and school choice advocate, with a luncheon and discussion at JMI’s headquarters, The Columns. The discussion will be led by Dr. James Gwartney, who holds the Gus A. Stavros Eminent Scholar Chair at Florida …

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Florida Politics – Jacksonville Bold for 6.21.16: If This, Then That

Posted 06/21/2016

  Spotted: Director of Jacksonville University’s Public Policy Institute Rick Mullaney spotted at James Madison Institute Fellows lunch, where he discussed local government and public policy. Article: http://floridapolitics.com/archives/214094-jacksonville-bold-06-21-16

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The Heartland Institute – Miami Taxicab Companies Sue County Government Over Uber Legalization

Posted 06/16/2016

After local lawmakers voted to allow peer-to-peer transportation network companies, such as Uber and Lyft, to operate in Miami-Dade County, Florida, taxicab company owners filed a lawsuit against the county government, demanding $1 billion in taxpayer money as compensation. The lawsuit, filed in May, claims county commissioners are responsible for protecting the value of taxicab …

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