McKenna Schueler is a freelance reporter based in Tampa, Florida who regularly writes about labor, politics, policing, and behavioral health. You can find her work published in Creative Loafing Tampa Bay, Orlando Weekly, In These Times, and Strikewave.
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A post-election reflection of President Biden's loss in Florida in the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election in light of the bipartisan support demonstrated for Florida's Amendment 2, or $15 minimum wage amendment. What drove the victory of the latter, and what does that show about the popularity of materially addressing working class issues?
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Workers with One Medical, a national startup with roots in Silicon Valley, launched what could be a trailblazing campaign in the spring of 2020 to organize hourly workers in 'concierge' medicine.
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Less than two months after protests for George Floyd began in Tampa Bay in the summer of 2020, the city of St. Petersburg decided to follow the lead of multiple cities nationwide that have moved to establish non-police responder programs that would have crisis workers, not police officers, respond to nonviolent emergency calls in the community.
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