Ashley’s community involvement and leadership initiatives includes serving on the Board of Directors of Tampa Bay Businesses for Culture and the Arts (TBBCA), and she can be found interacting with the community, supporting local business owners.
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Four Sentenced to Total of Over 42 Years in Prison for 24 Hour String of Armed Robberies in IndianapolisOctober 11, 2023
“Every person deserves to feel safe where they live and work. These defendants terrorized and violently robbed innocent employees and customers,’ said U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana Zachary A. Myers.
Farm Action Releases Briefing Paper, Balancing the U.S. Agricultural Trade Deficit with Higher-Value Food CropsOctober 11, 2023
New research comes as U.S. ag trade deficit is forecast to increase by 45%.
Prior to joining the firm, Tilghman spent the previous 11 years as a Partner with Nixon Peabody LLP’s Complex Disputes and Privacy litigation practices.
Community-Centric Organization’s Chief of Staff Elected to Early Learning Coalition of Hillsborough County Board of DirectorsOctober 11, 2023
The ELHC provides children, birth to five years, high quality, equitable, and inclusive early learning experiences, preparing them for success in school and life through the collaboration of families, educators, and the community.
Shumaker Supports Community as Part of Its Literacy Campaign; Gifts Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota and DeSoto Counties Funds for Great Futures Academy InitiativesOctober 10, 2023
SARASOTA, FL — The national law firm Shumaker has proudly donated $5,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of Sarasota and DeSoto Counties (BGCSDC) in support of the organization’s Great Futures Academy (GFA) initiatives. This contribution is a part of Shumaker’s recently launched Make a Difference through Literacy Initiative supporting the firm’s ongoing commitment to
NCSL, NACo, and NLC further asserted their firm opposition to the EATS Act by clearly reminding the Congressional leaders that the EATS Act is not a commerce clause issue, but rather it represents an attempt to undermine the sovereignty of state and local governments.
Congressional leaders aim to reform the USDA Checkoff Program with the OFF Act.
Judge Rules in Historic New York Teachers Case, Reinstating 10 Workers with Back Pay After Being Fired for Refusing COVID ShotsOctober 10, 2023
The Court rejected the City’s claim of “undue hardship” as unsupported in the record and irrational, particularly since “being vaccinated does not prevent an individual from contracting or transmitting COVID-19”.
21 Charged in Federal Indictment Following Takedown of Armed International Drug Trafficking and Dog Fighting Rings in Central IndianaOctober 6, 2023
If convicted, each defendant charged with conspiracy to engage in an animal fighting venture faces up to 5 years in federal prison. Each defendant charged with conspiracy to traffic controlled substances faces up to life.
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