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Barnett Young Leaders Center

The Carol and Barney Barnett Young Leaders Center houses our JMI Internship Program. A diverse group of students gather at the JMI headquarters each semester to assist in all departments ranging from communications and policy, to development and events. Students are introduced to JMI’s mission and principles while gaining valuable knowledge and experience that furthers them in their career pursuits. To apply for the internship program, click here.

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DeVoe L. Moore

On this episode of Pundits on the Porch, JMI's Director of Communications and Public Affairs Logan Padgett interview's DeVoe L. Moore about the Tallahassee Automobile Museum, occupational licensing, and his work with FSU and the DeVoe Moore Center. Click here to read more about DeVoe L. Moore. [...]

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Joint Statement on the Senate Appropriations Committee’s Unanimous Passage of Criminal Justice Reform Package

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 16, 2020 CONTACT: Logan Elizabeth Padgett lpadgett@jamesmadison.org (850) 386-3131 Joint Statement on the Senate Appropriations Committee’s Unanimous Passage of Criminal Justice Reform TALLAHASSEE- As the conservative coalition for practical criminal justice reform, we applaud Senator Rob Bradley and the Senate Appropriations Committee for unanimously approving a [...]

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Robert McClure: 2020 — an agenda for opportunity

We should debate enthusiastically and disagree vigorously. Welcome to January 2020 — the start of another 60-day Legislative Session and the commencement of what I fully expect to be the single wildest presidential election cycle of my lifetime (and I’ve been around for a lot of them). As policymakers from [...]

By | January 14th, 2020|Categories: Press|Comments Off on Robert McClure: 2020 — an agenda for opportunity