WIDE OPEN WEDNESDAY: Courts and Candidates Edition

A Washington State football coach has seen hostility to religion first hand.  See, he used to be a football coach.  The owner of the Red Hen in Lexington, VA has felt the repercussions of her anti-Trump fervor. She’s resigned from a community group.  Apparently she was giving it a bad name.

In an update to a story from yesterday, the Jack Latvala case is in the Leon County State Attorney’s hands. 

A campaign sign dispute is getting headlines with the mayor of Cocoa taking on one of the county’s most powerful lobbyists in what sure looks like a set up and a stupid ploy.   Henry Parrish is running for a state House seat and Guy Spearman is a supporter of Parrish’s opponent Tyler Sirois.  Sirois is chief of staff for Phil Archer’s State’s Attorney Office which is where the criminal complaint filed by Parrish’s Cocoa PD will go to determine if charges are to be filed.

The Florida Supreme Court is taking up a review of Stand Your Ground to determine just when the provision should be applied.  A Federal court has ordered families who were separated after entering the country illegally must be reunited within 30 days.  The US Supreme Court has upheld President Trump’s travel restrictions on immigration from certain Muslim countries. 

And…it’s WIDE OPEN WEDNESDAY so we are open to any topic you care to put in play when you call the show at 321-768-1240.


THE BATTING ORDER

Should have prayed to keep his job?

Red Hen owner leaves city “downtown” group

Latvala case presented to State Attorney’s office

Parrish/Spearman dispute campaign sign placement/removal

FL Supremes taking up Stand Your Ground

Family reunification ordered within 30 days

Travel restrictions upheld

Should the US be hacking back…and why aren’t we already?

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