Congressman Al Lawson; Felons' Voting Rights; 100 Years Of Women’s Suffrage
First Coast Connect With Melissa Ross
Democratic North Florida Congressman Al Lawson , who is running for reelection in Florida’s 5 th Congressional District, joined us to discuss the Florida primary election , vote by mail concerns, the Democratic National Convention, and more.
Ep. 48 - "How the Federal Government is Helping Small Business Owners During COVID-19" U.S. Congressman Al Lawson
Tallahassee Business Podcast
As part of the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tallahassee Business Podcast, presented by 223 Agency, features conversations with a variety of guests who can share valuable insight to help our members in this trying time. On this week's episode, we are joined by Congressman Al Lawson. Lawson is in his second term as a member of the United States House of Representatives serving Florida's 5th congressional district. With a district that stretches from Tallahassee to Jacksonville, Lawson serves one of the largest geographical constituencies of Florida's delegation to Washington. Before being elected to Congress, Lawson served the Tallahassee area in both the Florida Senate and Florida House of Representatives. He has also been a small business owner and operator for over 40 years. Lawson's background in both business and legislative service is of great value to the communities he represents. Through a ranging conversation, Congressman Lawson shares his thoughts on the federal COVID-19 response, how Congress is working to help small businesses, and how companies should be looking to take advantage of programs available through the government.
Cures to Overcome Vulnerable Individuals in Businesses with Directions - 19 Faith & Surrender with Congressman Al Lawson (FL)
Passion 2 Profit$
Our news media and the white house press conferences has been communicating to Americans of this stimulus relief for individual and businesses. However, every business is at different stages and different industries and really need to have the section of the CARES Act Division A: Small Business Disruption Loans and Division B: Relief for Individuals, Families, and Business. Congressman Lawson was very instrumental serving the House Financial Services Committee and the House Agriculture Committee to ensure individuals and small businesses and nonprofits received the necessary funding. This Virtual Lunch and Learn Fireside Chat to dispel the myths of questions of small businesses of the pros and cons for applying for CARES ACT 2020.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/passion2profits/message
Osterville resident Al Lawson has been called a born counselor. He was the first guidance counselor at the new Barnstable High School when it opened in 1957, and it was a job that fit him perfectly. Today, there are stacks of letters and cards in the Lawson house in Centerville. Theyre piled neatly on tables and footstools and on the brick hearth. Theyre addressed to Al Lawsons wife Adrienne, and his two sons, Carl and Kurt. Most all of them include a story or two about Lawsons kindness and compassion. Weve got letter here from, Adrienne said, youd be amazed, they said he changed my life, just by taking the time to talk to me. And tell me that I was worth going on to school. Or that my family life was maybe not that great, but that he would look out for me, that he would watch after me. Lawson spent a career helping young people be happy, make good choices, and have successful lives. In his retirement, he sold real estate. Particularly land. It was a second career choice that his son