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CoreMessage Promotes Key Staff Member: Carrie Patrick as Director of Advocacy

TALLAHASSEE – CoreMessage Inc., a leading Florida public relations and grassroots advocacy firm, today announced the promotion of a key staff member, Carrie Patrick, from Account Manager to Director of Advocacy. In her new role, Carrie will be responsible for further enhancing grassroots advocacy and coalition building services for clients and help expand the firm’s […]

Orlando Sentinel: No storm in decade, yet insurance issues swirl

Forida has had a lot of time to get ready. It has been an unprecedented 10 years since the last major hurricane hit the state, but that is no reason for citizens, regulators and policymakers to become complacent. To put that streak in perspective, consider that from August 2004 to October 2005, six major hurricanes […]

Miami Herald: Julio Fuentes, Medicaid expansion makes good sense

Acceptance in some red states shows it’s not a partisan issue. Failure to accept it imposes hidden tax on Florida residents. Would also create more than 100,000 jobs in Florida. BY JULIO FUENTES julio@fshcc.com In November, Montana became the 30th state to extend healthcare coverage to low-income, working uninsured people. Last week, Michigan and the […]

Sun Sentinel: Biofuel mandate does more harm than good

I disagree with U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack’s Oct. 8 claim that government-funded fuel pumps for E85 and other ethanol-based fuels will “reduce our country’s environmental impact” and “deliver better and farther-reaching outcomes for taxpayers” in “More Pumps for Biofuels Coming to South Florida.” In a time of continued economic uncertainty, a $100 million dollar […]

Context Florida: Reforming the Renewable Fuel Standard would help our business community

With only a few remaining days in October, it’s important to highlight that this is National Manufacturing Month. Most of us understand how integral the manufacturing industry is to our city, state and country. Manufacturing drives our economy, creates products and services we rely on every day, builds infrastructure and generates job growth. We need […]

Tallahassee Democrat: Minority, women-owned businesses spotlighted during gala

Law firms, government officials, real estate professionals and PR pros were recognized during the Second Annual Minority Chamber Business Awards Gala on Friday evening. The black-tie optional event featured Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed as the keynote speaker, who’s been in office since 2010. It was hosted by the Big Bend Minority Chamber of Commerce, and it was […]

Palm Beach Post: Commentary— Wilma reminds of storms’ physical, economic damage

In the early hours of Oct. 24, 2005, Category 3 Hurricane Wilma came barreling into Collier County with winds up to 125 miles per hour. Ten years later, it’s important to look back at Wilma as a lesson in physical and financial preparation. As Wilma formed between Cuba and Mexico and strengthened into a major […]

Sun Sentinel: Hurricane Wilma reminds us of physical, economic damage storms creat

In the early hours of October 24, 2005, Category 3 Hurricane Wilma came barreling into Collier County with winds up to 125 miles per hour. Ten years later, it’s important to look back at Wilma as a lesson in physical and financial preparation. Wilma, which caused $17 billion in damage in Florida alone, was the […]

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