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New Jacksonville City Council Vice President Terrance Freeman; Historic spending in Washington, D.C.

On This Week in Jacksonville, Terrance Freeman, the new vice president of Jacksonville City Council, joins us as he prepares for his new role. We’re talking about development, crime and a literacy program he’s passionate about. And Democrats and Republicans are facing off in Washington, DC on important issues that impact you – much of it centering around historic spending. Congresswoman Kat Cammack shares her views and we’ll also hear from News4JAX Political Analyst Rick Mullaney for his perspective.
On This Week in Jacksonville, Terrance Freeman, the new vice president of Jacksonville City Council, joins us as he prepares for his new role. We’re talking about development, crime and a literacy program he’s passionate about. And Democrats and Republicans are facing off in Washington, DC on important issues that impact you – much of it centering around historic spending. Congresswoman Kat Cammack shares her views and we’ll also hear from News4JAX Political Analyst Rick Mullaney for his perspective.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – On this edition of “This Week in Jacksonville,” Jacksonville City Councilman Terrance Freeman, who was sworn in last week as City Council vice president-delegate for 2021-22, joins us as he prepares for his new role, with his term starting July 1. We talk about development, crime and a literacy program he’s passionate about.

And Democrats and Republicans are facing off in Washington, D.C., on important issues that impact you -- much of it centering around historic spending. U.S. Rep. Kat Cammack shares her views. We also hear from News4Jax political analyst Rick Mullaney for his perspective.


About the Author:

Kent Justice co-anchors News4Jax's 5 p.m., 10 and 11 p.m. newscasts weeknights and reports on government and politics. He also hosts "This Week in Jacksonville," Channel 4's hot topics and politics public affairs show each Sunday morning at 9 a.m.