Hi, The Tampa, Florida man won the state lottery. (No comma after 'Florida'?) The July 15, 2015 meeting has been canceled. (No comma after '2015'?) February 1, 1956 is my date of birth. (No comma after '1956'?) Gary, Indiana, is my native heath. (But, a comma goes after 'Indiana'; if there isn't a comma after 'Indiana', it looks as though we're using a vocative by telling a guy named Gary that Indiana is my native heath.) Do you agree with my punctuation, or lack thereof, in the foregoing examples? Thank you.