By William Patrick | Florida Watchdog
TALLAHASSEE – Floridians who plan on attending gun shows may want to check with their local sheriff’s department before they risk being accused of a crime.
In what could quickly become a broader trend, some local law enforcement agencies are beginning to enforce ordinances that call for universal background checks.Read More →
In Florida, state secrecy is fostered through statutes drafted to protect participants of the state’s tax amnesty program, but they also hinder key democratic processes such as freedom of the press and involvement in the legislative process.Read More →
When it comes to red-light cameras in Florida, the focus is on the money.Read More →
The truth behind a deal with Hertz Corp. to bring 700 jobs to southwest Florida with an average annual salary of $102,000 may be hidden under skewed statistics and misleading numbers.Read More →
By Kevin Mooney | Watchdog.org
If you’re 102 years old and need to wait in line for hours before voting, expect to have your story told in dramatic fashion by the president of the United States. That’s what happened to Desiline Victor, a resident of North Miami, Fla. Where some see a rationale for expanded early voting, same-day voter registration and even mandatory voter registration, others see a false narrative created to promote policy changes that would result in greater federal control over state elections.Read More →