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Miami Herald: Don’t shortchange our future

Don’t shortchange our future http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/02/02/v-print/2621764/dont-shortchange-our-future.html#storylink=cpy A quality statewide school-readiness program is essential to Florida’s future prosperity. The study of the brain and learning confirm that high quality early care and education programs ensure our children arrive at the doors of our public schools ready to learn and with the building blocks they need to achieve […]

TCPalm: Government pension reform remains unfinished business in the state of Florida

Government pension reform remains unfinished business in the state of Florida We have started another year, and another legislative session, but Florida is still battling the same issue — unsustainable government pensions. Lawmakers must tackle the challenge of balancing the state budget and ensuring that taxpayers are not left to bear the burden of flawed […]

TCPalm: Florida legislators can’t reduce health care costs by allowing more people to get sick

Theresa Tolle: Florida legislators can’t reduce health care costs by allowing more people to get sick As part of Florida lawmakers’ plan to solve the state’s deficit, they have targeted access and reimbursements to community pharmacies as a way to reduce the cost of Medicaid reimbursements to the poor. However, trying to get a handle […]

Tampa Bay Times: Don’t cut pharmacy access

Medicaid – Don’t cut pharmacy access “Med desert” is a relatively new term used to describe communities, both rural and urban, that lack basic access to health care services. Access can come in the form of hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and even pharmacies. For many in Florida, pharmacy access might be a thing of the […]

Tallahassee Democrat: Unfinished business – pension reform

Robert McClure: Unfinished business: pension reform http://www.tallahassee.com/article/20120127/OPINION05/201270324/Robert-McClure-Unfinished-business-pension-reform We have started another year, we are in another legislative session, but Florida is still battling the same issue — unsustainable government pensions. Lawmakers must tackle the challenge of balancing the state budget and ensuring that taxpayers are not left to bear the burden of flawed systems. Last […]

Support of Vaccine Access Act Draws Backing from Pharmacy Access Coalition; Hundreds of Florida Pharmacists

Video of supportive medical doctor: Video: http://vimeo.com/35601890 Dr. Brummel-Smith and Dr. Greer quotes below. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:                                                      CONTACT: Valerie Wickboldt January 25, 2012                                                                                   PHONE: 850-222-3767                                                                                                                 EMAIL: Valerie@coremessage.com Support of Vaccine Access Act Draws Backing from Pharmacy Access Coalition; Hundreds of Florida Pharmacists  TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, members of the Pharmacy Choice […]

Times-Union: New casinos would help state economy

New casinos would help state economy http://jacksonville.com/opinion/letters-readers/2012-01-24/story/lead-letter-new-casinos-would-help-state-economy As the chief operating officer of the Florida United Businesses Association, I’m always tuned into what our members are saying about new business opportunities for Florida. There’s been a lot of discussion surrounding the destination resorts legislation and the impacts it will have on our entire state. This […]

Sunshine State News: A New Era of Educated Floridians

A New Era of Educated Floridians By: Ed Moore, Ph.D. | Posted: January 24, 2012 3:55 AM As in our nation’s capital, there has been much talk about the value of higher education degrees here in Florida. In order to attract and grow business, there must be a well-trained work force and an ever-emerging intelligent populace. […]

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