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Tallahassee Democrat: Our opinion: Yes on Amendment 4 – in August

Normally, any proposition containing the words “tax exemption” and “solar” would be a sure winner in a Florida referendum. But this is not a normal election year. Confusion can kill a constitutional amendment — if people aren’t sure, they tend to vote no, or skip that line on the ballot — and there is great […]

The Tampa Tribune: Editorial: Cut Taxes to Boost Solar

Voters have good reason to be confused about proposed ballot initiatives concerning solar energy this fall. But they should take care to support a measure that would give commercial operations a tax incentive to invest in solar. If approved by voters, the straightforward measure, championed by Pinellas Sen. Jeff Brandes, would empower the Legislature to […]

Business Groups Support Solar Energy Primary Election Ballot Amendment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 5, 2016                 Contact: Carrie Patrick Office: (850) 222-3767 Cell: (850) 570-5354 Business Groups Support Solar Energy Primary Election Ballot Amendment Tallahassee, Fla., April 5, 2016 – Florida business groups applaud Senator Brandes, Representative Rodrigues and Berman for leading the effort to enhance solar development […]

Campaign to be Launched Supporting Solar Constitutional Amendment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 5, 2016 CONTACT: Carrie Patrick Office: (850) 222-3767 Cell: (850) 570-5354   CAMPAIGN TO BE LAUNCHED SUPPORTING SOLAR CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Senator Brandes, Representatives Rodrigues and Berman announce plans for statewide initiative St. Petersburg, FL.- Today Senator Jeff Brandes (R-St. Petersburg), Representative Ray Rodrigues (R-Fort Myers), and Representative Lori Berman (D-Boynton […]

Sun-Sentinel: Radio upgrades keep first responders prepared

Harris Corporation is one of Florida’s largest technology companies and is honored to support the military, law enforcement and various industries with our state-of-the-art communication systems. We have 6,000 employees throughout the state, including our research and development team in Sunrise. One of the major communication systems Harris runs is the State Law Enforcement Radio […]

Tampa Bay Times: One good, one bad solar amendment

The Florida Supreme Court advanced the interests of the electric monopolies Thursday by narrowly ruling that an industry-backed solar power amendment to the state Constitution can be placed on the November ballot. The 4-3 split by the justices on whether the ballot language was clear or misleading reflects the thin line the utilities have walked […]

Context Florida: Activists Shut Down Fracking With Fear

Fear just secured another victory. Under pressure from green activists, the Florida Senate voted down a bill that would have helped expand fracking, the drilling process used to extract oil and natural gas from deep underground. Activists recycled discredited arguments to scare citizens and legislators alike into believing that fracking will harm Florida’s environment. If […]

Orlando Sentinel: State viewpoint: What are the reasons behind rising auto insurance rates in Florida?

The next time you’re stopped at a traffic light, take a look to your right and there’s a pretty good possibility the driver next to you is texting. Look to your left, and you may see a pedestrian glued to his cellphone while attempting to cross the street. These types of distractions not only threaten […]

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