Tough for Riviera Beach mayor to stay step ahead of repo man

Palm Beach Post by Frank Cerabino December 7, 2017 The Sunshine Law is turning out to be very inconvenient for the mayor of Riviera Beach. Florida’s open government law requires notice for all public meetings, letting anybody know where and
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This ‘Tenacious Underdog’ Won His First Supreme Court Case. Now He’s Back.

New York Times by Adam Liptak December 4, 2017 About a decade ago, the leaders of a Florida city held a closed-door meeting to discuss how to intimidate and silence a critic named Fane Lozman. So far, their plan has
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First the city sank his house. Now, he’s at the Supreme Court over free speech case

Miami Herald by Monique O. Madan November 13, 2017 Nearly five years ago, Fane Lozman won a landmark case in the Supreme Court when the justices ruled that his houseboat was not a boat, but his floating home, and that
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Supreme Court To Hear Florida First Amendment Case

WJCT by Jim Saunders, News Service of Florida November 13, 2017 The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to take up a First Amendment case stemming from the arrest of a frequent government critic as he spoke during a South
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Riviera Beach Councilwoman Lynne Hubbard said she went to give opinion during secret meeting

WPTV by Wanda Moore October 23, 2017 During the Riviera Beach City Council meeting on Oct. 18, councilwoman Lynne Hubbard admitted publicly to attending an invitation-only meeting at Hurst Chapel on Sept. 28 with Police Chief Clarence Williams. Sources said
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Ex-Riviera councilman Bruce Guyton charged with violating Sunshine Law

June 8, 2016 – Palm Beach Post by Jane Musgrave Three weeks after he lost a long and contentious race to keep his seat on the Riviera Beach City Council, Bruce Guyton on Wednesday was accused of violating the state’s
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