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WCTV: Florida surgeons give gift of life through ‘Stop the Bleed’

By: Brittany Bedi TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — The Florida Capitol was bustling Wednesday as members from the Florida chapter of the American College of Surgeons were out in full force to educate people about proper wound care. It’s part of the “Stop the Bleed” initiative. The American College of Surgeons performed studies of shooting incidents […]

St. Augustine Record: Proposed law would establish a ‘bill of rights’ for victims in Florida

By Colleen Jones Marie Colee fell in love at 18 with a guy three years her senior who looked like the perfect surfer boy on the outside, but hid the heart of a monster inside. Colee began seeing beyond that polished veneer even in the early days of the relationship; she just chose to ignore the […]

Sun Sentinel: Marsy’s Law for Florida would give victims a voice, and a choice | Opinion

By Lauren Book The scales of justice are not balanced in Florida. As a survivor of child sexual abuse and an advocate for others, I can tell you that our criminal justice system doesn’t do enough to protect victims — innocent people thrust into the system through no fault of their own. Marsy’s Law for Florida, […]

Naples Daily News: New campaign reminds: Collier County tourism puts dollars in everyone’s pockets

By Laura Layden Tourism doesn’t just mean sun and fun for the visitors who come to Collier County. It means tax savings, employment and better experiences for county residents. That’s the message of a new educational campaign the Florida Association of Destination Marketing Organizationshas launched in partnership with the Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention and Visitors Bureau dubbed “Paradise Coast Tourism […]

The Capitolist: Bill introduced to help Florida’s small business, franchise owners

By: John Lucas A bill designed to provide greater safeguards to owners of the more than 40,000 franchised businesses in Florida has been filed in the Florida Legislature. The measure is intended to level the playing field between franchise owners and their corporate franchisors. It’s called the Small Business Parity Act. One of the bill’s sponsors, […]

CoreMessage Team Members Carrie Patrick Promoted to Senior Manager of Advocacy and Operations & Brianna Shoaf Promoted to Account Manager

CoreMessage Team Members Carrie Patrick Promoted to Senior Manager of Advocacy and Operations & Brianna Shoaf Promoted to Account Manager ~ Leading Florida public relations firm recognizes contributions of valued employees ~ Tallahassee, Fla. – CoreMessage, Inc. today announced the promotion of Carrie Patrick to Senior Manager of Advocacy and Operations and Brianna Shoaf to […]

The Capitolist: Tim Cerio: Marsy’s Law Would Bring Equity to Criminal Justice Process

By Tim Cerio As a member of Florida’s legal community, I take very seriously any proposed changes to our state’s constitution. In my role as a member of the Florida Constitution Revision Commission (CRC), I will carefully weigh any proposal before us based on the need to have these proposals embedded in our state’s most powerful legal document. While […]

WCTV: Proposal to put victim’s rights in state constitution clears Constitutional Revision Commission committee

By: Jake Stofan | Capitol News Service TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (CNS) — A proposal to put victim’s rights in the state constitution cleared a committee of the Constitutional Revision Commission this morning, but defense lawyers worry it could lead to more innocent people going to prison. Mike Liles’ wife was murdered in a home invasion last […]

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