A slow-moving crisis is often overlooked by both the general public and the news media.
Congratulations to a top local organization and three key area figures who have been recognized for their work to make downtown Jacksonville a vibrant spot!
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCE
It’s been over five decades since President John F. Kennedy officially acknowledged the gender wage gap by signing into law the Equal Pay Act of 1963 aimed at abolishing wage disparities between men and women.
Sometimes in this era of toxic partisanship it’s difficult to get a true picture of important issues.
Good news on the economy is breaking out all over.
The issue has been called “Docs vs. Glocks,” a term that understates the gravity of this controversy.
POSITIVES ABOUT TRUMP
Charitable hearts were opened wide this year for the Hope Fund, and the lives of needy Northeast Florida residents were uplifted by over $100,000 in donations to the annual giving campaign.
During 2016, there were over 100 murders in Duval County.
Members of Jacksonville’s boards and commissions recently received an ethics refresher course from Carla Miller, the city’s ethics director.
The battle over climate change too often has been waged on ideological, not scientific grounds.
Like a family argument around a Thanksgiving Day dinner table, the controversy over a Human Rights Ordinance in Jacksonville has been especially painful.