- Acknowledged in the Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics for analytical work for atmospheric deposition of mercury and major ions to the Pensacola watershed
- Cited in: A Report to the U.N. Committee Against Torture, on the “Criminalization of Homelessness in the United States of America.” (See citation 39).
- Incumbents Ford, Broxson win primary races
Pensacola News Journal | August 15, 2012
…In the District 2 race, …He [Rep. Clay Ford] praised Bosso for his “sincerity” and understanding of state issues…Political newcomer Bosso, 32, said the top concerns of his campaign were liberty, economy and constitutional government.
Reuters and RT: Amid freezing temps, Florida town’s ‘camping’ law bars homeless from using blankets: “Jeremy Bosso…“I think we should extend that courtesy to our fellow humans…I think we should respect life at all stages.”“
- The Daily Kos: Now They’re Making the Homeless Freeze to Death in Pensascola “One more enlightened member of the Pensacola community [Jeremy Bosso] addressed the City Council as to this issue a few weeks ago”
- Opposing Views: It’s Illegal For A Homeless Person To Cover Up With a Blanket in Pensacola, and People Are Not Happy About It “Jeremy Bosso was one of those who stood up and pleaded with the council to look at the issue from a humanitarian standpoint…”
Liberty Unyielding: ‘Camping ordinances,’ a law whose time has never come and never will “…Jeremy Bosso recently made an impassioned plea before the City Council…”
All Voices: While Florida freezes, Pensacola enforces blanket ban for homeless “Jeremy Bosso…has been vocal about the legislation…He said, “I think we should extend that courtesy to our fellow humans. I mean, we do it for the animals, and I think we should respect life at all stages.””
- Digital Journal: Pensacola mayor now supports repeal of homeless blanket ban “Jeremy Bosso recounted a heated incident at the May, 2013 council meeting at which the “anti-homeless” blanket ban was approved…”
- Before It’s News: Even in Freezing Weather Florida Won’t Amend the Camping Law That Prevents the Homeless From Using Blankets “Jeremy Bosso, a Pensacola resident, runs a personal website and has campaigned to get the ‘blanket ban’ removed.”
- New Times Broward Palm Beach: A Florida City Made It Illegal for Homeless People to Cover Themselves With Blankets “So far, attempts to have the city repeal the ordinance have fallen on deaf ears.”
- Vice Magazine: A Town in Florida Has Made It Illegal for Homeless People to Cover Themselves with Blankets “Thanks to a “camping” ordinance passed by the Pensacola City Council last summer, homeless people in the city will be criminalized for…”
- Forward Progressives: Florida Ordinance Makes it Illegal for Homeless to Use Blankets to Protect Themselves from Weather “Laws or ordinances that make the lives of people who already live in extremely challenging situations even more difficult. But that’s exactly what’s happening in Pensacola, Florida.”
Pensacola News Journal | Feb. 24, 2013 9:35 PM,
The Chicken Whisperer arrived in Pensacola on Sunday to help people solve their poultry problems and understand their birds’ brains.
Andy Schneider, the Chicken Whisperer, hosted a workshop at Tractor Supply Company on Nine Mile Road on Sunday afternoon where he explained the basics of starting a backyard chicken flock to about 50 attendees…
…Jeremy Bosso, an attendee at the workshop, said he and his family started raising chickens, gardening and growing fruit trees a few years ago.
“We wanted to take charge and be more cognizant of what we’re taking in,” he said. “We wanted our daughter to have more of an appreciation for how food gets on the table.”
His daughter Anna, 10, has four adult chickens, Rosetta, Emma, Zuri and Chicken Nugget, that she cares for herself.
“I like having them for pets,” she said. “I like their company and the eggs are good.”
“I like breakfast,” she said with a laugh.
Bosso said the process has been educational for the whole family.
“It’s a learning experience,” he said. “We’re trying to learn as we go and the chickens have been really patient with us.”
- Listed among “Liberty Candidates” on The Daily Paul | August 13, 2012
Sunshine State News | August 6, 2012
…Ford does not have an open shot at the Republican nomination. Standing in his way is Jeremy Bosso who served in the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and has been with the UWF Wetlands Research Laboratory. Bosso is a supporter of U.S. Rep Ron Paul, R-Texas, and has been active with the pro-life cause on the Panhandle…
Pensacola News Journal | August 3, 2012
Registered Republicans in a portion of Escambia County and in Gulf Breeze are eligible to vote. The winner will face write-in candidate Christine M. Bruha in the Nov. 6 general election.
- Age: 32
- Family: Wife, Trisha; two children, Anna Maria and JJ
- City of Residence: Pensacola
- Email: BossoForStateRep@yahoo.com
- Website: www.ForLiberty2012.com
- Education: Pensacola State College, associate’s in biochemistry. University of West Florida, bachelor’s in chemistry/biochemistry, master’s in public health.
- Job Experience: Technical Director, Wetlands Research Laboratory, UWF; chemist, Pegasus Laboratories; environmental technician, BDI Environmental Sciences.
- Political Experience: None
- What makes you bet qualified?: Integrity, work ethic and professional/educational experience.
- Top two issues: Liberty, economy and constitutional government.
- Jeremy Bosso announces his candidacy for Florida State Representative District 2: Liberty Takeover 2012 | JUNE 02, 2012