There's an invisible layer of high-level government business conducted every day in the Florida Capitol, a subsurface of information-share that hums along office-to-office, out of the public's earshot and out of the sunshine.
It may surprise you to discover a growing number of social conservatives and libertarians are questioning the alignment of capital punishment with conservative principles and values.
More and more -- even in Florida -- they're rethinking and rejecting the death penalty, according to the man who is carrying the message across the nation, Florida included.
"American criminal justice," says Marc Hyden, "is a system marked by inefficiency, inequity and inaccuracy."
Cameras don't lie. So why wouldn't body cameras be the answer to halting bad police behavior on the one hand, and protecting officers from false claims on the other?
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2015, Florida is still making national news over racism. Thank you for that, Police Chief J. Scott Dennis.