Tag: The U.S. Supreme Court

guestMay 10, 2016

By all accounts, the Jericho School, a private facility opened 21 years ago in Jacksonville, does a wonderful job helping students with autism and other special needs succeed academically. That nearly all of its students are enrolled through two state voucher programs also reflects the fertile nature of Florida’s expanding educational choice landscape. In a […]

Guest AuthorApril 4, 2016

Private speculation evolved into overt planning last week as the Florida Chamber of Commerce became the first to signal the formation of a task force focusing on the next iteration of state-directed economic development in Florida. With similar efforts surely to follow, forthcoming recommendations for strengthening Florida’s economy in a post deal-making era should be […]

Julie DelegalJanuary 18, 2016

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down Florida’s death penalty sentencing system last week, declaring it violates defendants’ Sixth Amendment Rights to trial by jury. In response to the Hurst v. Florida decision, a Jacksonville coalition of civic and faith groups — Justice 4 Jacksonville — is calling on State Attorney Angela Corey to stop action […]


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