Today on Context Florida:
Tom O’Hara says backers and opponents of letting people bring guns onto Florida’s college campuses can’t logically support their arguments until there’s more slaughter to analyze. It appears that a bill that would allow students with a concealed-carry permit to bring their guns onto the state’s public college campuses will become law next year.
Sally Swartz calls Hobe Sound resident Jeff Wittman an “eternal optimist.” Wittman has never stopped believing that a 46-acre chunk of Florida scrub wilderness between U.S. 1 and Alternate A1A, south of Bridge Road, should belong to the people forever. For almost a decade, the land has been the prize in a tug of war involving its wealthy owner, land developers, Jupiter Island, Martin County and Florida land preservation agencies.
What is your battle, asks Blake Dowling. Getting legislation passed? Trying to close a deal? Dowling writes about different kinds of battles, and one question in particular: How can technology help win battles? As the old saying goes – for typical people, technology makes things fun. For people with disabilities, technology makes things possible.