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Orlando Sentinel: Let grocery stores sell liquor

By Richard Turner As the former director of the Florida Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco in the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, I have seen countless regulations that simply do not make sense in today’s marketplace. The Prohibition-era Alcohol Separation Law is one of them. When the mandate was passed 80 years ago, it […]

Orlando Sentinel: Solar Tax Benefits: Now they’re up to Florida lawmakers

By: Randy Miller and Temperince Morgan During the 2016 election cycle, Floridians heard a lot about solar energy. Two different constitutional amendments involving solar were on the ballots in August and November. When the dust settled after Election Day, the result was a win for all energy customers with the approval of Amendment 4, which […]

Naples Daily News: Commentary: Florida must invest in solid energy future

By Barney Bishop, Former president and CEO, Associated Industries of Florida Each year brings new challenges, opportunities and goals – and Florida is a state that continues to grow exponentially year after year. In fact, according to the American Society of Civil Engineers’ 2016 annual report, our population increases by 1 percent annually, bringing an additional […]

The Daytona Beach News-Journal: LETTERS: “We are so thankful for tourism marketing efforts such as these.”

Tourism marketing works Not quite two years ago, my husband and I packed up our house in Birmingham, Alabama, and moved to Flagler Beach to open a restaurant. We didn’t know a single person when we first got here, but we joined the local Chamber Of Commerce and became involved with the Flagler County Tourism […]

ABC Action News: I-Team: Small pharmacies may be forced to close due to restrictive networks

By Jarrod Holbrook TAMPA, Fla. – Many Medicaid patients in Florida can no longer use the pharmacies they have been going to for years without penalty. That could mean those mom and pop shops will go out of businesses, and the community would lose the personalized services they provide. “Well hello Ms. Mary; it’s been a […]

CoreMessage Adds Communications Specialist to Team

CoreMessage Adds Communications Specialist to Team ~Brianna Shoaf Joins Leading PR and Grassroots Firm~ TALLAHASSEE — CoreMessage, Inc., a full-service public affairs and grassroots firm, today announced the addition of Brianna Shoaf as account executive. In her new role, Shoaf will develop, implement and guide communications strategies for various corporate, political and government clients across […]

Pensacola News Journal: Viewpoint: Hats off to Citizens, but reform needed

By Steve Pociask What a difference a few years can make. Recent changes to insurance public policies have left homeowners better protected and given the state greater financial stability. Yet, there is still room for improvements, including changes that could dramatically reduce premiums for consumers. Over a decade ago, Florida property insurance market could have […]

News Service of Florida: Lawmaker looks to carry out Amendment 4

By News Service of Florida  Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, filed a bill Thursday to carry out a renewable-energy tax break that voters approved in the August primary election. The bill (SB 90) would enact Amendment 4, which lawmakers put before voters to extend a residential renewable-energy tax break to commercial and industrial properties. “The […]

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