FLORIDA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
Publication by The Center for Popular Democracy and Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools:
The Tip of the Iceberg Charter School Vulnerabilities To Waste, Fraud, And Abuse
The Ledger: Lakeland’s Public Employee Relations Board to Stay
The city’s administration had proposed the ending the local PERC, or “mini PERC,” in favor of deferring the decisions to the equivalent state-level board for reasons of efficiency.
Click Orlando: Arrested teachers allowed back in Central Florida classrooms
Officers had been searching for the vehicle, believing it was involved in a crash about five blocks away that left two women with neck, knee and back injuries, according to a report. Witnesses reported seeing the SUV flee from the scene, rolling on a bare metal rim.
Bradenton.com: Manatee millennials to commission: It’s too expensive to live here
Wearing “I am the Manatee Millennial Movement” buttons, the majority of Manatee County’s millennial team shared where they live with the county commission at its Tuesday meeting.
WFSU: FDLE: Two Prison Guards Arrested For Inmate Abuse
Department of Law Enforcement has arrested two correctional officers for beating an inmate and trying to cover it up. The arrests come as the Department tries to clean up its troubled prison system–which has been plagued by accusations of inmate abuse and neglect.
Sun Sentinel: County spending, debt raising concerns for chief financial officer
Palm Beach County government needs to give the public’s credit card a rest, according to the county’s chief financial officer.
CBS News: Fingerprint ruse catches Ohio fugitive in Florida, 50 years later
Former Akron, Ohio, resident Frank Freshwaters, now 79, admitted his true identity when authorities confronted him Monday, according to the U.S. Marshals Service and deputies in Brevard County, Fla.
Daytona News Journal: Florida to do national search for 2 agency heads
Florida will begin a nationwide search to find the heads of two state agencies.
NBC Miami: Scott Headed to DC to Negotiate for Florida Hospital Funds
The Republican governor wants an extension on the more than $1 billion in low income pool funds, set to expire June 30th, for hospitals that treat low-income and Medicaid patients.
Tampa Bay Times: Buzz: Republican Party of Florida fills key positions
The Republican Party of Florida, following a post-election shake-up that saw Gov. Rick Scott‘s choice to lead the state party defeated by Florida Rep. Blaise Ingoglia, announced new top staffers Tuesday:
TBO: Florida cities get $5 million to boost Obamacare access
Three Tampa Bay area clinics are among 10 across the state and 164 nationwide to receive Affordable Care Act funding to provide additional primary health care in underserved areas.
SPB: Florida State Parks photo contest now open for submissions
Capturing an image of the best in Sunshine State wildlife and nature can earn residents and visitors some appreciation — and prizes — in the latest Florida State Parks photo contest.
REUTERS: U.S. right to use cell phone location data in Florida case: court
Authorities did not violate a south Florida man’s rights when his cell phone location data was used as evidence to convict him for his role in a string of armed robberies, a federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday.
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