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Adam Putnam, Florida business leaders tell voters 'just say no' to Amendment 2
Saint Peters Blog
Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam said, "Not only does this poorly written amendment give anyone with as much as a headache access to this gateway drug, the legalization of marijuana would severely impact small businesses and corporations alike."
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5 questions for Don Eslinger
Sunshine State News
We devoted a great deal of resources within our organization to provide juvenile services, intervention services. We are one of a handful of sheriffs that conduct child protective services.
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National Domestic Violence Awareness Month — Resources from CrimeSolutions.gov
National Institute of Justice
Violence by an intimate partner is linked to both immediate and long-term health, social, and economic consequences. Preventing intimate partner violence requires reaching a clear understanding of those factors, coordinating resources, and fostering and initiating change in individuals, families, and society. On CrimeSolutions.gov, you can find ratings for programs designed to prevent and reduce domestic violence and assist victims.
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Easing of marijuana laws worries road safety advocates
USA Today
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the nation's primary road safety agency, says its Roadside Survey of drivers in 2007 found that 8.6 percent had marijuana in their system.
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Osceola County Sheriff's Office awarded top honor
Bright House Networks
"Achieving and maintaining accredited status proves the men and women of the Osceola County Sheriff's Office meet the highest standards of professionalism and it is our continued goal to strive to maintain this status," said Sheriff Bob Hansell.
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Adam Putnam, Florida business leaders tell voters 'just say no' to Amendment 2
Saint Peters Blog
Florida businesses are telling voters to "just say no" to medical marijuana, saying it is bad for the state's reputation. Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam, along with the Florida Chamber of Commerce and business leaders from throughout Florida declared official opposition to legalized drugs in Florida

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Teaching children about choosing role models
The Space Coast Daily
When did America start believing that a winning team was more important than a winning program? When did a great athlete become more important than having integrity, class, character and an education?

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Stetson hosts Medical Marijuana Debate Oct. 23
PRWeb
Amendment 2 is the topic of debate between former Florida Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Bell and attorney John Morgan at a free event Oct. 23 on the Gulfport campus of Stetson University College of Law.

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From the Desk of the Pastor
Christ The King Catholic Church
As was recently on display by the amendment's chief supporter (and financial backer), this amendment has very little to do with providing medical relief, but rather is a backdoor avenue to permit recreational drug use.
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Brevard Sheriff: We're just stepping up, being team players
Bright House Networks
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey said, "Everyday our agency takes care of 1,500 inmates," said Ivey. "We feed them, we provide medical for them, we keep them from getting out, we keep them from fighting with each other, we create programs to reintegrate them back into society, that's the exact the same thing we do in the animal shelter business."
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Degrees are important, but internships make a world of difference
Florida Sheriffs Association
Through my experience interning, I have learned the importance of "coachability." Being coachable is especially important during an internship. I've learned to accept criticism with appreciation and use it as motivation to improve emerging skills.
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50 Jacksonville communities celebrate National Night Out on Tuesday
The Florida Times-Union
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office hosts its 28th annual National Night Out on Tuesday night, a three-decade-old crime/drug prevention event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness and generate support for local anti-crime programs.
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VIDEO: Sheriff shares facts about 'Move Over' law
The Space Coast Daily
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey said he had a great time doing the above video with his son, Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Robert Ivey, about changes to Florida's Move Over Law.
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    Video: Florida's Marijuana Debate (WKMG-TV)
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