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City budgeting, employee compensation, law enforcement, economic development and two very different visions for the future are topics of discussion during this Political Perspectives featuring: challenger Dr. Steven Hougland; and the incumbent, Curtis Richardson.

Growth, economic development, addressing racial and income disparities and protecting the area’s environment are just a few of the topics tackled by three of the candidates for Tallahassee City Commission Seat One: challengers Luther Lee; and Bruce Warren Strouble; along with the incumbent, Scott Maddox.  A fourth contender, Gary Gayle, did not respond to multiple invitations to participate.

Capital Report: 07-15-2016

Jul 15, 2016

Members of the law enforcement community are weighing in on a so-called “Blue Lives Matter Act” that may be filed in the 2017 legislative session. As Sascha Cordner reports, the proposal would expand Florida’s definition of a hate crime to include law enforcement officers and firefighters—similar to a bill filed last year.

Law enforcement agencies across the state are undergoing implicit bias training to re-evaluate the way they interact with minority communities. But what does the training entail? Kate Payne reports.

The contenders to represent the schools in the northwestern part of the county make their respective cases for membership on the school board and discuss their particular priorities when it comes to local education policy.  On the panel, Incumbent Dee Dee Rasmussen and the challengers, Patrick Neel Cannon and Tallie Gainer III.

With longtime member Dee Crumpler not seeking re-election, the Leon School Board District Two seat is open.  Vying for the job are two veteran educators: Roger Pinholster; and Rosanne Wood.

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