PUNTA GORDA — Bread of Life mission founder Judy Jones is no stranger to struggle. In her 64 years of life, she has seen hundreds of people down and out — struggling to make ends meet, put a roof over their heads or kick an addiction. She’s also seen folks pick themselves up and turn things around.
So when embattled first-year U.S. Rep. Henry “Trey” Radel — a Republican whose district represents parts of Southwest Florida, including Fort Myers and Cape Coral — offered to donate his salary to a charity after pleading guilty last week to a cocaine possession charge, Jones figured it’s time for Radel to redeem himself.
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