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Spencer Roach: The fight to save Florida’s medical marijuana program

We have a responsibility to act now, and an opportunity to act before it’s too late. In 2016, Florida voters overwhelmingly expressed their desire for a safe and accessible medical marijuana program, and I am fighting to preserve the medical nature of the program that voters demanded. What we have now is a recreational drug program masquerading as a medical marijuana program and the long-term societal carnage attendant with unfettered access to high-potency THC demands legislative action.
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Friends of Spencer Roach receives $1,500 on February 18

Fcci Services Inc. contributed $1,500 to the Friends of Spencer Roach, a campaign committee, on February 18, according to data from the Florida Department of State. Donations made to political groups or candidates must be disclosed under state law for greater transparency in elections. While Congress created the Federal Election Commission to oversee federal elections in 1974, each state is left to regulate its local elections.
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Who contributed to Friends of Spencer Roach during week ending February 20?

The Friends of Spencer Roach, a campaign committee, received $4,000 in contributions during the week ending February 20, according to Florida’s Division of Elections. Here are the largest contributions that the Friends of Spencer Roach received during the week. DateContributorAmount. 02/16/2021Amscot Corporation$2,500. 02/16/2021Florida Operators Association$1,500.
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Friends of Spencer Roach receives $1,500 on February 16

Florida Operators Association contributed $1,500 to the Friends of Spencer Roach, a campaign committee, on February 16, according to data from the Florida Department of State. Donations made to political groups or candidates must be disclosed under state law for greater transparency in elections. While Congress created the Federal Election Commission to oversee federal elections in 1974, each state is left to regulate its local elections.
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Lakeland Gazette

Representative Spencer Roach Must Resign

We have come to the conclusion that Spencer Roach must resign. We state this because Mr. Roach has lied to the people he is supposed to represent. Instead of Rep. Roach advocating for the People of his state seat, he has been on a mission to fulfill his own thirst for personal power at great cost to families across Florida.
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Spencer Roach wants no stimulus going to cruise-hating Key West

If municipalities don't want cruise ships, they shouldn't get bailouts, he says. As Florida considers directing stimulus to the cruise industry, one Representative wants Key West left out. Rep. Spencer Roach, a North Fort Myers Republican, said the state should not offer any assistance to the port in Key West...
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Lehigh Acres Gazette

Rep Spencer Roach is feeling threatened, again ….

Spencer Roach is feeling threatened, again, by electronic media communications. Apparently, he has new friends in the press to solicit with his materials. Roach then does disappear after supplying the material and like that other famous Louisianan retorts “and that is all I have to say about that”. At this rate, Forrest Roach really needs a Jenny so he can stop wearing the panties in his household. Or his mom needs to sleep with the principal.
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Chris Sprowls Names Spencer Roach to Statewide Drug Policy Advisory Council

State House Speaker Chris Sprowls, R-Palm Harbor, appointed state Rep. Spencer Roach, R-North Fort Myers, to the Statewide Drug Policy Advisory Council this week. “Representative Roach’s experience as a counter-narcotics officer and service in the United States Coast Guard will make him a valuable addition to the Statewide Drug Policy Advisory Council,” said Sprowls. “I am confident Representative Roach will bring effective solutions for Florida’s families and victims of drug addiction, and I am proud to appoint him to this Council.”
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Spencer Roach appointed to Statewide Drug Policy Advisory Council

House Speaker Chris Sprowls announced that he has appointed State Representative Spencer Roach to the Statewide Drug Policy Advisory Council (DPAC). Roach, who represents House District 79, will join the body — composed of elected officials and members of the public — to help coordinate drug control efforts and implement plans to better educate the public on substance abuse and the resources available.
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Spencer Roach: The Politics of Rage

‘What we witnessed was not public participation in a policy debate: it was a temper tantrum.’. Last Wednesday a very contentious hearing was held in the Criminal Justice Subcommittee on House Bill 1, Combating Public Disorder. This legislation is designed to deter criminal rioting and the looting and burning of businesses and provides enhanced penalties for assaulting law enforcement officers in furtherance of a riot.