Tag Archive | "Trevor Aaronson"

Scott’s Budget Vetoes Hit Florida Cities Hardest


The record budget cuts are most evident in Florida’s most populous counties — Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Hillsborough, Duval, Orange and Pinellas — which together will absorb more than $164 million in cuts to programs and infrastructure specifically intended for those counties.

Published in Featured, Government

How News Media Are Partnering With FCIR to Search Jeb Bush’s Email


As Florida’s former governor makes a run for the Republican presidential nomination, news media across the nation have turned to FCIR to search through his messages.

Published in Blog, Government, Politics

Trevor Aaronson Elected to INN Board of Directors


FCIR’s executive director will serve a two-year term on the board of the Institute for Nonprofit News.

Published in Blog, Journalism

FCIR Wins Two Honors in Green Eyeshade Awards


The categories: Public Service in Radio Journalism and Online Investigative Reporting.

Published in Blog, Journalism

On Earth Day, President Obama to Give Climate Change Speech in Everglades


The speech comes one month after FCIR reported that state employees were prohibited from using the terms “climate change” and “global warming.”

Published in Blog, Environment, Government, Politics

‘Climate Change’ Ban? Then Why Are There References in State Documents? We’ll Explain


Your questions answered.

Published in Blog, Environment, Government

FCIR Executive Director on HuffPost Live Panel


Trevor Aaronson joined former FBI Special Agent Peter Ahearn and law professor Wadie Said in a discussion about the FBI’s use of informants in counterterrorism operations.

Published in Blog, Government, Justice

Federal Judge Dismisses Injured Postal Worker’s Claim


A federal judge in New York threw out a lawsuit on Feb. 26 filed by an injured U.S. Postal Service worker from Orlando who became seriously ill after handling a package that was leaking a noxious chemical.

Published in Blog, Environment, Government, Health, Justice

ACLU Releases Florida StingRay Documents


The document reveals the scope of secret surveillance in Florida using secret StingRay technology.

Published in Blog, Justice

FBI Informant Cops to Sex, Fraud Charges


Robert Childs said he moved to the Florida Keys for fresh start.

Published in Government, Justice

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