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Context Florida: Ed Moore: Placing value on higher education

Recently I read an opinion piece by Teresa Sullivan, President of the University of Virginia, in which she highlighted four kinds of value in higher education. Her writing is relevant, especially with conversation in Washington, D.C. focusing on two benefits of a college education – getting a job upon graduation and how much a graduate […]

Context Florida: Ed Moore: Why state capitals are better than Washington, D.C.

As one who is tasked with spending time in both Tallahassee, Florida’s capital city, and Washington, D.C., our nation’s capital, I am often struck by the broad differences in culture, rhythm, processes and style. Now one might call me a provincial or, if you sought to be derogatory, call me a naïve country bumpkin, but […]

TC Palm: Jim Hagedorn: ‘Social contract’ requires Scotts Miracle-Gro to step forward in resolving Florida’s water crisis

Several weeks ago, you may have read a story regarding a rather unique commitment my company, The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, made to provide significant financial support for unprecedented research conducted by the Ocean Research & Conservation Association (ORCA) to identify the causes of pollution in the Indian River Lagoon. As we move forward with this […]

SunSentinel: Ed Moore: Prepare students for the STEM surge

The growth of jobs in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines has received increased attention over the last several years. This sector needs a steady influx of talented students who are prepared to take on the demands of challenging STEM jobs. Attention and improvements to our educational approach to these vital subjects would give […]

Context Florida: Ed Moore: St. Patrick’s Day: the one day each year when everyone is Irish

At least one day a year everyone is Irish, St. Patrick’s Day, and some of us are lucky all year long. It is a day that has become a cultural holiday in the U.S., especially if you live near many of the large American cities like Chicago, Boston and New York where Irish immigrants settled […]

Jacksonville Business Journal: duPont Fund to sponsor public dialogue on Florida’s ‘Tougher Choices’

First, they paid for the report, Tougher Choices, Shaping Florida’s Future. Now, the Jessie Ball duPont Fund wants to build the conversation. Prepared by the LeRoy Collins Institute at Florida State University, Tougher Choices is a sobering assessment of Florida’s needs in the areas of education, transportation, economic growth, taxes, income inequality and health care. […]

CoreMessage Adds Two New Key Staff to PR Team

CoreMessage Inc., a leading Florida public relations and grassroots advocacy firm, today announced the addition of two new key staff members. In their roles as Account Managers, Sarah Hansford and Patrick Gillespie will be responsible for developing and implementing strategic communications plans on behalf of the firm’s clients. Hansford is the former Chief of Staff […]

Tallahassee Democrat: Jim Koivisto: Pharmacy audits shouldn’t be abusive

As the owner of a community pharmacy, Halliday’s and Koivisto’s in Jacksonville, I rely on legislators for practical regulation that is sensitive to the needs of a small business. Unfortunately, while pharmacies are thoroughly regulated in areas such as patient health, safety and privacy, there is almost no legislation in place to guide the pharmacy […]

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