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On the ballot in 2024

Bu Bob Morgan, Random Thoughts, July 18, 2023. While there won’t likely be any specific controversial referenda to vote on in 2024, and the election will mostly be about choosing individuals to represent us in local, state, and federal capacities, there will certainly be a substantial number of critical matters to be decided. The ballot

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$1000 scholarship awarded to Lemon Bay High School graduate

On Monday, May 8th, the Englewood Democratic Club presented its first “Living Democracy Award” to graduating Lemon Bay High School senior, Addison Adcock at a ceremony held at the high school.  Ms. Adcock was the winner of the Club’s non-partisan essay contest based on the question: “What Can I do to Preserve and Improve Our

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Early abortion looks nothing like what you’ve been told

By Erika Bliss, Joan Fleischman and Michele Gomez, New York Times, January 22, 2023. Drs. Bliss, Fleishman and Gomez are co-founders of the My Abortion Network and primary care doctors who provide abortions as part of their primary care practices. Jewel is a student in her early 20s who lives in Texas. When her doctor

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