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Bradenton Herald: Kim Williams: Florida business coalition backs Medicaid expansion

As a member of a statewide business coalition that supports the extension of health care coverage in Florida, I want to commend the Bradenton Herald for its recent editorial highlighting the economic benefits of using available federal funds to cover nearly one million more Floridians. For too long, politics have guided the direction our state […]

Florida Times-Union: Kim Williams: Florida’s business community supports expanding Medicaid

For too long, politics have guided our state’s direction on the extension of health care coverage. The real economic benefits of using available federal funds to cover approximately 1 million more Floridians have largely been brushed aside. It’s time we start looking at what the extension of health care coverage means for the people of […]

SunSentinel: Katie Edwards: Extend health care coverage using federal funds

I look at everything from a business perspective. When I sponsor a bill or am deciding how to vote on a bill, I examine the cost-benefit analysis. What will this do for Florida and the people in my district? There has to be a net gain for our state. And, that is exactly how I […]

SunshineStateNews: EPA Overreach Will Pummel Florida Economy and Jobs

As most already know, the energy growth in the U.S. during the early and mid-20th century has been overwhelmingly positive. It has led to high productivity, rapid economic growth, and unimagined technological progress raising our standard of living across the board. Reliable electricity is essential to keeping schools, businesses and homes up and running. The […]

Tampa Tribune: Florida Cabinet should sound off on EPA plan

The Environmental Protection Agency has just bought itself more time for public comments during which it should take an active role in listening to Florida’s families. At the Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, we hear daily from some of the 80,000-plus minority-owned businesses that know what higher electricity rates would do to their finances. […]

SunSentinel: Chris Nuland: Board working to simplify medical records fee

In Deerfield on Oct. 9, the Florida Board of Medicine will consider a rule change that would simplify the fees charged by physicians for the reproduction of medical records, by allowing hospitals and physicians to charge the same amount for medical records. It’s a sensible step that would eliminate the confusing tiered and differential pricing […]

Miami Herald: Clean Power Plan is riddled with problems

Letter to the Editor – 10/05/2014 3:00 PM The Environmental Protection Agency has been out of control for years and shows no sign of slowing down. Its new greenhouse gas regulations will impose massive costs on the private sector. Our economy is slowly recovering from the recession of the last decade, and the last thing […]

Tallahassee Democrat: Student-loan issues, government-created problems

Here’s a big number: 650,000. This is the next milestone number to be reached of students who have left colleges and graduate schools since 2011 and who have defaulted on their federal student loans. This is more than 1 out of every 8 borrowers, or 13.7 percent of the total. There are about 4.8 million […]

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