Yesterday, seven people associated with the Occupy Wall Street movement were arrested for “unlawful assembly” at a Florida International University campus, the Sun Sentinel reports.
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Around noon today, following Gov. Rick Scott’s State of the State address, progressives from all over the country rallied to protest’s Scott and the GOP-led Legislature on the first day of the legislative session.
Occupy Wall Street-inspired groups from around the state have begun to draft proposals to be handed to House Speaker Dean Cannon, R-Winter Park, on the first day of the Florida legislative session, Jan. 10.
This past weekend, Occupy Wall Street-inspired groups from all over the state came to together in Orlando to outline priorities for the upcoming state legislative session.
A collective of 15 Occupy Wall Street-inspired groups from around the state of Florida will hold a convention next month to create a resolution that will be sent to Florida Speaker of the House Dean Cannon on the first day of the legislative session.
During this weekend’s Florida Tea Party Convention, Craig Miller became the second GOP candidate in Florida’s Senate race to insult Occupy Wall Street protesters.
Students and residents living in Gainesville joined the Occupy Wall Street movement this week.
In a letter to the editor printed in last week’s St. Petersburg Times, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., picked up a recent conservative meme that blames Bank of America’s new debit card fees on federal regulations.
In a recent fundraising email, GOP U.S. Senate candidate Adam Hasner has taken up a new conservative meme that blames the government for anger over newly proposed fees on debit cards.