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Sheriff Gee: Why Parents should be alarmed about
amendment 2

The Tampa Tribune
Advocates of Amendment 2 have said that future Florida Legislatures will be able to fix the law if unacceptable issues arise from its passage, and legislative leaders have confirmed they will try to do so. However, all parties understand the truth — legislative bodies cannot take away rights that are granted within a state or federal constitution. If Amendment 2 is passed, it will create a constitutional right to "medical" marijuana that is among the most permissive in the nation.
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Sheriff honored nearly 100 years after death
Daily News
Thanks to Jenkins' efforts, Summerlin’s name will be added to the Fraternal Order of Police State Memorial in Tallahassee, according to a press release from the OCSO.
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WCSO receives 3 new accreditation certifications
WCTV-TV
Wakulla County Sheriff Charlie Creel has three new accreditation plaques to hang on the walls of the sheriff’s office. The WCSO became the first law enforcement agency in Florida in the history of accreditation to receive three accreditation certificates at the same time.
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Florida medical marijuana amendment in deep trouble
Tampa Bay Times
With opposition forces financing TV ads and sheriffs showing up at forums, support for the amendment has slipped dramatically, according to a new Tampa Bay Times/Bay News 9/UF Bob Graham Center poll.
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VIDEO: Sheriff talks about how to research charities
The Space Coast Daily
Make sure fraudsters aren't able to take advantage of your support and generosity.
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Exclusive: Amendment 2 The great medical marijuana debate
The News-Press
Live Streaming: Town hall meeting hosted at The News-Press in downtown Fort Myers, six advocates on the issue, three for the amendment's passage and three against, explained their positions to a crowd.
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Machete-wielding clown sightings? Not so funny
USA Today
Surveillance video has also caught clowns walking up to people's porches and on sidewalks in Jacksonville, local station WJXT-TV reported. However, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office hasn't received any calls about the clowns, the station reports.
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Firehouse Subs Foundation celebrates donations at Jags game
The Florida Times-Union
Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation celebrated more than $362,000 in donations made to Northeast Florida public safety organizations and military non-profit groups during a pre-game celebration at the Jaguars vs. Browns game at EverBank Field. Funding and equipment were donated to the Nassau County Sheriffs office along with others.
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Sheriff's Office scores at performance shooting challenge
The Space Coast Daily
"Our police chiefs and sheriffs from across the state will tell you they are seeing a continued rise in the number of mental health crisis calls," said Gail Cordial, Florida Partners in Crisis Executive Director.
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Hernando celebrates safe communities
WTSP-TV
In honor of October being Crime Prevention Month, local crime watch groups will be holding events around the county as part of the crime prevention initiative, Celebrate Safe Communities.
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Jacksonville teen awarded free jags tickets for heroic dash into June fire to save a child
The Florida Times-Union
A 13-year-old Jacksonville boy was honored twice by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office after he saved the life of a 6-year-old girl when an early June 18 fire raced through her Oceanway home and killed three other children and an adult.
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