Miami Herald by Mary Ellen Klas October 17, 2017 In a swift, 20-minute meeting, the panel charged with updating the Florida Constitution on Tuesday rejected all but a few of the 2,012 public proposals submitted to the Constitution Revision Commission, advancing only six of them, after months of encouraging the public to submit ideas. “As […]
Who are you going to call?
Pensacola News Journal by David Dunn-Rankin October 2, 2014 A local sheriff refuses to give you access to public records. Who are you going to call? The city is willing to give you the public records you requested, but it wants to charge you an exorbitant amount of money for the privilege. Who are you […]
Letter to CRC Chairman Beruff & Commissioners RE: CRC Rules
June 21, 2017 DELIVERED VIA EMAIL RE: CRC Rules Dear Chairman Beruff and Commissioners: We are encouraged that the Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) adopted a rule requiring that all meetings and records of the commission be open to the public. In having adopted that language, we hope that the CRC will follow the requirements of the […]