Nearly a year after the so-called “Hometown Democracy” amendment was soundly defeated in the state of Florida, the group that backed it has unveiled a website detailing the negative effects of urban sprawl in various counties throughout the state.
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How one Tampa address handles millions in campaign cash, influences elections nationwide (Corrected)
An accounting firm located at 610 South Blvd., Tampa, handles millions in special interest cash for more than 60 political committees that pour money into elections around the state, and around the nation.
Free Market Florida, the group that has long decried a set of federally mandated water pollution standards, has unveiled its latest video, this one aimed at two environmental groups: the Sierra Club and Earthjustice.
Attorney General Pam Bondi said she’s ordering an independent investigation into the controversial firing of prosecutors who were going after foreclosure mills. Plus: five more important items!
Free Market Florida wants to get rid of the EPA’s proposed numeric nutrient criteria, a set of water pollution standards that would govern waste in Florida waterways. The group has already launched a campaign against the rules, and its executive director has been making the rounds on the radio and in newspapers.
But who exactly is behind Free Market Florida?
Florida voters shot down Amendment 4 — aka “Hometown Democracy — during last November’s election, but the group that sprung up to oppose it is still kicking, and has sent supporters a video to rally the troops for its next battle.
In anticipation of the results of the Amendment 4 vote today, the city of Palmetto completed its 20-year comprehensive growth plan Monday night, the Bradenton Herald reports.
If Amendment 4 passes, it would require residents to…
The “No on 4″ campaign released a new video drawing attention to the diversity of groups opposing Amendment 4. The gist of it is that the opposition goes far beyond developers and Republicans: