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The Power Meter Wednesday, July 15
POWER DOWN: DEVIL-MAY-CARE GUN OWNERSOver the Fourth of July weekend, 8 guns were stolen from the vehicles of 6 different gun owners in Northeast Florida. Many of the owners claimed they locked …
The Power Meter Wednesday, July 15
POWER DOWN: UNCONSTITUTIONAL CARTOGRAPHYOn Thursday, July 9, the Florida Supreme Court nixed a congressional redistricting map drawn largely by the legislature's Republicans, ruling that the …
The Power Meter Wednesday, July 15
POWER DOWN: THE ACCOUNTING SKILLS OF DUVAL CLERK’S OFFICE CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER DEREK D. IGOUOn the day of the SCOTUS decision that made gay marriage legal in all 50 States, Igou was …
The Power Meter Wednesday, July 15
POWER UP: GANJAPRENEUERSLast week, Florida took a small step toward full-legalization of marijuana (its coming people, get over it) as twenty-four commercial plant nurseries applied for state …
WHAT WE DON’T YET SEE Wednesday, July 15
WHAT WE DON’T YET SEE Recent events reflect progress; Stetson Kennedy would tell us there’s still work to be done
VACCINES AND AUTISM Wednesday, July 15
The wrong conversation prevents progress
GUITAR ZERO Wednesday, July 15
Lane Pittman and White Skin Privilege
MOOD ENHANCEMENT Wednesday, July 15
Mark Ruffalo hits a career high in his portrayal of a husband and dad living with bipolar disorder
OFF THE BEATEN TRAIL Wednesday, July 15
American movies and Westerns practically grew up together. In fact, the first American narrative movie was Edwin S. Porter’s The Great Train Robbery, and Western films were among the most …
Comedian Amy Schumer’s big screen debut is a bumpy ride with far too few funny stops along the way