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In 1936, the last public display of capital punishment took place, and prisoner Rainey Bethea was subjected to a public hanging. Afterward, laws were passed that said all capital punishments should take place in private.
In 1936, the last public display of capital punishment took place, and prisoner Rainey Bethea was subjected to a public hanging. Afterward, laws were passed that said all capital punishments should take place in private.

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Gov. DeSantis and Florida Leaders in Israel

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A group including Gov. Ron DeSantis, politicians, business leaders, lobbyists and academics land in Tel Aviv on Sunday.

A Visit Florida ad was the first thing to greet the Florida delegation to Israel as they disembarked in Tel Aviv after a 12 hour flight. [Jeffrey Schweers / Florida Society of News Editors]

By Jeffrey Schweers 3 hours ago

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL – While Florida slept nearly 100 politicians, business leaders, lobbyists and academics flew to Israel after a 30-minute delay caused by security checks.

This intrepid reporter was among at least a dozen other passengers pulled into a private, secure room to have his bags checked one last time before boarding. Israeli security put our laptops and cameras under intense scrutiny.

We touched down in Tel Aviv after an uneventful flight at 6:05 p.m. Israel time (11:05 EST), and were greeted by a Visit Florida advertisement exhorting visitors to “Follow Your Sunshine” upon disembarking. The Florida tourism agency just announced that it was laying off 44 of its 135 employees after state lawmakers slashed its budget by more than a third.

Young said there are 35-40 VISIT FLORIDA billboards around Tel Aviv https://t.co/AaBuMNFEft— Jeff Schweers (@jeffschweers) May 26, 2019

This reporter also caught a glimpse of Gov. DeSantis behind a rope line on his cell phone wearing a navy blazer and his trademark black cowboy boots.

The delegation breezed through security and customs and were greeted by our Israeli hosts before boarding charter buses to the Hilton where most of delegation is staying while in Tel Aviv.

A meet and greet is planned for later today.

I had brief chat with Emergency Management Director Jared Moskowitz, who plans to tour the Israeli emergency management center at the Gaza border tomorrow.

Sen. Lauren Book said she’s excited to meet with security experts tomorrow morning to learn more about school security.

And Rep. Randy Fine hopes to talk to experts about water quality, given his concerns about the Indian River Lagoon.

USA TODAY NETWORK – FLORIDA Statehouse Reporter Jeffrey Schweers is accompanying Gov. Ron DeSantis and his 90-plus member delegation on his Israeli business development mission this week as a pool reporter for the Florida Society of News Editors. Schweers will provide regular reports and updates from Tel Aviv and Jerusalem for Florida’s newspapers. Follow him on Twitter for updates @jeffschweers.Jeffrey Schweersuz

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Regions Bank Charges $2.00

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REGIONS BANK HOMOSASSA FLORIDA

My son gave me a check for Mother’s Day and I went into Regions Bank in Homosassa the facility where it was drawn from and because I did not have an account there they charge me $2.00 to cash my Mother Day’s gift! What’s wrong with this picture this isn’t the way it use to be, things are terribly wrong in this country and although this may seem trival after all it’s only two dollars, two dollars can nearly buy you a loaf of bread, it shows the depth of conniving and surreptitious activities  going on everyday to the detriment of the people!   Corl Gregory

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