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Greenberg Traurig: New Law Impacts Government Contractors

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In yet another article written by a well-known law firm, contractors for state and local agencies in Florida have been put on notice that failure to comply with the State’s exceedingly broad public records laws may have dire consequences. A … Continue reading

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PMJA Radio – “Let the People Speak”

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From time to time I have the opportunity to guest-host a live call-in radio show on AM 1490.  The name of the show is “Let The People Speak” and is sponsored by the PMJA – The Poor And Minority Justice … Continue reading

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PMJA Radio

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This afternoon at 5:00 PM I will be on live radio with Clayton Cowart the head of the PMJA (Poor and Minority Justice Association). The broadcast is a live-call-in format and generally includes discussions regarding civil rights issues on AM … Continue reading

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More Nonsense About LPD’s Public Records Track-record

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According to an article published by the Lakeland Ledger former appellate Judge Montgomery Campbell has given the Lakeland Police Department a clean bill-of-health with respect to its public records policy.  Judge Campbell works for Grey-Robinson and was paid more than … Continue reading

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High Noon In Lake Worth

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For the second time I had the opportunity to appear on High Noon In Lake Worth an internet based radio/podcast program that addresses issues of public concern in South Florida.  The host of the show, Wes Blackman, and I discussed … Continue reading

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Man Recalls Horrors Of Florida Reform School

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There are at least 100 reasons why open government matters and they are buried in a mass grave at the Dozier School for Boys. Frequently I’m asked why I am so committed to open government and holding public officials accountable…this … Continue reading

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Lobbyist Issues Warning About Potentially Costly Transparency Law

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A Visitor’s Guide to Florida’s Most Notorious Law Enforcement Agencies

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Tampa Bay Times: Former volunteer sues city over public records access

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In a recent article the Tampa Bay Times has reported that a woman in Pasco County filed suit because she was over-charged for public records.  The article speaks for itself and is definitely worth reading.  Radically inflating the fees charged … Continue reading

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Vendors fret over new public records requirements for state contracts

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