Lober- Lone Ranger on Mask Ordinance

WIDE OPEN WEDNESDAY- your day to decide what we talk about on the show.Open to anything, we’ll tackle whatever is on your mind throughout the day when you call us at 321-768-1240.

For my part we’ll take a look at Seattle and St. Louis as the occupation and violent protest saga continues.Locally, County Commission Chair Bryan Lober hosted a dog and pony show about implementing a mask ordinance for Brevard. The afternoon long discussion ended up being a waste of time with a good result.The other four commissioners could not find their way to mandating behavior as so many locations have done. Brevard Schools has taken a more rational approach for summer school as masks by students and staff will be optional.

In congress Senator Rand Paul gave Dr. Anthony Fauci what for as the Kentucky lawmaker called the doctor out on his consistent waffling on reopening schools and the fear mongering that has become commonplace.

Governor DeSantis has signed the state budget after significant cuts.We’ll break the budget down Friday with Representative Tyler Sirois. The governor also signed over 100 new bills into law.

But today is about what’s bugging you, or not bugging you and whatever you’d like to put in front of us.If it’s on your mind, it’s on BML!



Apparently only certain neighborhoods can be occupied in Seattle

In a Handbasket:

·St Louis- at least the cops are getting it right

After wasting the afternoon Commission says no to mask mandate

BPS approach is more rational

The debate continues in Congress

New budget, over 100 laws now in play

Allow protests?- can’t stop church

Federal Judge Hinkle slows his roll on mail ballots

Brevard’s gun violence task force

Lober just can’t shut up and govern

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