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WUFT: Florida State Senator Lauren Book Advocates to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse

WUFT 89.1 / 90.1 Morning Edition host, Glenn Richards, spoke with Florida State Senator Lauren Book – author, advocate, and founder & CEO of Lauren’s Kids. An official 501(c) (3) since 2007, Lauren’s Kids educates adults and children about sexual abuse prevention through in-school curricula (such as Safer, Smarter Schools), awareness campaigns (such as the statewide “Walk in My Shoes” awareness […]

WLRN: Amendment 6, Marsy’s Law, Passes; Victims’ Rights To Be Added to Florida’s Constitution

Amendment 6, also known as Marsy’s Law passed Tuesday.  Click here for the results. The amendment updates Florida’s constitution deleting a short section of victim’s rights and replacing it with a more detailed,lengthy list of 11 rights, including: The right to accurate and timely notice of all of the case’s public proceedings, including pleas, trials and […]

Fort Myers News-Press: Amendment 6 protects victims like my daughter

In December 2016, I drove by the aftermath of a tragic car collision on my way to the gym and said a prayer for the victims. Eight hours later, I learned my daughter, Brittany, was one of those victims. She had been killed along with her friend, Wesley. The series of unjust events that happened […]

WLRN: How To Use Your ‘I Mean Business’ Voice And Other Lessons From Senator’s Abuse Prevention Curriculum

State Sen. Lauren Book will be training 50 Miami-Dade elementary school counselors in recognizing and preventing child sexual abuse in Doral on Friday. Book — a Democrat who represents much of Broward County and is a former kindergarten teacher — created the curriculum with her foundation, Lauren’s Kids. The lesson plans are designed to teach […]

Florida Daily: All Public Power Customers Hit by Hurricane Michael Have Power Back

The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) reported on Tuesday that all Floridians with public power who were impacted by Hurricane Michael earlier this month have had their power restored. “At peak, more than 400,000 customers in the region were without power with nearly 122,000 of them from five Florida public power communities – Tallahassee, Havana, Quincy, Chattahoochee […]

The Florida Times Union: Guest Column: Sheriff Mike Williams supports Amendment 6, Marsy’s Law

By Sheriff Mike Williams October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and unfortunately, chances are high that you know someone who has been affected in some way by this crime. It is a national issue that those of us in law enforcement deal with far too frequently. Whether or not it’s reported, domestic violence is still […]

Sunshine State News: Public Power Crews Nationwide Are Racing to the Panhandle

Public power utilities in the Florida panhandle are bracing for the impacts of Hurricane Michael, which will make landfall sometime Wednesday afternoon as a potential Category 3 hurricane. Currently, the Florida public power utilities of Tallahassee, Havana, Chattahoochee, Quincy and Blountstown are all in the potential impact zone. In preparation for the storm, the Florida […]

Orlando Sentinel: Melbourne-based Harris to merge with L3 technologies in $33.5 billion deal

MELBOURNE — L3 Technologies and Harris Corporation have agreed to merge in an all-stock deal, creating a $33.5 billion military technology company based in Brevard County. The combined company will be called L3 Harris Technologies and will be based in Melbourne, where Harris has its corporate home. Its 12-member board of directors will consist of […]