Tuesday, July 2, 2024

GOP Leaders TURN On Matt Gaetz To END His Career

Rays select builder for $1-billion stadium project

The Tampa Bay Rays have picked a company to build their new billion-dollar ballpark. The St. Pete city council still has to approve the project.....MORE

Orlando Fringe impacted after DeSantis vetoes arts funding

Biden administration announces new rule to protect workers from heat-related illnesses

Senior Biden administration officials announced a proposed rule Tuesday to prevent heat-related illness in the workplace, as climate change brings hotter temperatures around the nation.

In a call to reporters Monday, officials spoke on background about the new rule, which the administration sent to the Federal Register Tuesday for review. Depending on the heat index, the rule would require employers to monitor workers’ heat exposure, provide cool-down areas, and provide mandatory cool-down breaks.

Scam alert: Pinellas County deputies warn residents of a caller pretending to be lieutenant

A scam warning has been issued after the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office says someone is calling residents, referring to themselves as an employee with the agency.

In a news release issued Monday, deputies explain the suspected caller is referring to himself as "Lieutenant James Perry" and is telling people that they have outstanding warrants because they missed a court date.

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Monday, July 1, 2024

How to Teach the Bible in Oklahoma’s Public Schools

Trump seeks to set aside hush money verdict after immunity ruling

Former President Trump on Monday asked his hush money judge to set aside the recent guilty verdict after the Supreme Court’s immunity ruling, according to a person familiar with the matter.....MORE



Court allows key part of Biden student loan relief plan to resume

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A federal appeals court ruled Sunday that a key part of President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan can resume after an injunction was placed on the initiative.....More HERE

Judicial Ping Pong: Supreme Court sends Donald Trump’s immunity case back to a lower court in Washington

The Supreme Court has extended the delay in the Washington criminal case against Donald Trump on charges he plotted to overturn his 2020 presidential election loss, all but ending prospects the former President could be tried before the November election.

The court began issuing opinions at 10 a.m. Eastern.

In a historic 6-3 ruling, the justices said for the first time that former presidents have absolute immunity from prosecution for their official acts and no immunity for unofficial acts. But rather than do it themselves, the justices ordered lower courts to figure out precisely how to apply the decision to Trump’s case.


Superstar Jasmine Crockett on the danger of Project 2025

Sunday, June 30, 2024

Trump immunity decision in balance as Supreme Court caps term

The Supreme Court is set to rule on Monday whether former President Trump has immunity from criminal prosecution, a monumental decision that comes just days after the court dropped a decision throwing into doubt charges against hundreds of Jan. 6 rioters and Trump himself.....More HERE

Saturday, June 29, 2024

Ban on sleeping outdoors will worsen homelessness crisis in Florida

The Supreme Court just downgraded ‘the insurrection’ to trespassing

The Supreme Court’s decision on Friday in Fischer v. U.S. struck down one of the most common charges against January 6 defendants. “Obstruction of an official proceeding” had been used in hundreds of cases, and those convictions are now invalid.....More HERE

Thursday, June 27, 2024

Celebrate WMNF’s 45th Anniversary!

Jasmine Crockett Didn’t Come to Play Games

Jessica Vaughn for School Board Volunteer Form

History alumna’s journey from intern to CEO of the Ybor City Museum Society | USF Alumni Spotlight

What Stogie Had For Lunch

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Yellow Rica and Platnos

Going Inside Charlotte County, Florida Homeless Camps - Resident Ages From 3-80

Bricks returning to Ybor City's 7th Avenue, work expected in phases over several years

Starting in mid-July, the City of Tampa will close 7th Avenue in Ybor City at 15th and 16th Streets. Workers will take up the asphalt and put bricks back on the street, the way it was prior to 1960 when the city removed the bricks.....More HERE

Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Help us America!

Florida opts out of federal grocery subsidy for 2 million low-income children. more

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"Matt Gaetz BLINDSIDED as Investigators Make Their Move!"

Poverty in the Everglades

Rep. Frost Speaks on US Surgeon General’s Advisory Naming Gun Violence a Public Health Crisis

Woman says Matt Gaetz paid her for sex

'We cannot have every town smelling like marijuana': DeSantis says his new PAC will fight recreational pot amendment

Gov. Ron DeSantis indicated during a press conference Tuesday that one of the election targets for his recently launched political action committee, Florida Freedom Fund, will be the proposed constitutional amendment to legalize the recreational use of cannabis for adults.....More HERE