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Star Banner: ‘Overexposed’

IN YOUR OPINION Letters to the Editor for Oct. 25, 2011 ‘Overexposed’ The article “Fla. hurricane fund has $3.2 billion shortfall” (Oct. 18) should be a wake-up call for every business owner, homeowner, renter, charity, church and automobile policyholder throughout the state. For years we have stressed how a “hurricane tax” has the potential to financially […]

Sunshine State News: STEM Field Grads Help Bring New Business to Florida’s Economy

Gov. Rick Scott’s 2012 Job Creation and Economic Growth agenda includes an encouraging focus on Florida’s STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects. Florida’s higher education graduates have a huge effect on the state’s business community and these programs are important to bolster a work force that attracts new businesses to the state. We are […]

Miami Herald: Lawmakers on fundraising push ahead of early session

Lawmakers on fundraising push ahead of early session Campaign fundraisers are part of the agenda in Tallahassee this week. The Republican Party of Florida just had its strongest quarter of the year, pulling in five times more donations than the Florida Democratic Party. Rules prohibit fundraising during Florida’s legislative session. The session will convene in […]

Tallahassee Democrat: New group takes on over-regulation

If small businesses cannot prosper in the United States, our economy is almost certain to slip back into recession. But regulators in Washington have created a maze with hundreds of federal regulations that companies must navigate through every day, making the demise of many small businesses and the return of a recession inevitable — unless […]

Sun-Sentinel: A few personnel items from the state capital city

TALLAHASSEE– As lawmakers start gearing up for the January start of the 2012 legislative session, the capital city’s top lobbying and public relations operations are doing the same. With that in mind, a few personnel changes to report: * Carrie Thompson has joined public relations firm CoreMessage as an account executive. Thompson previously served as […]

Star-Banner: Lowering property taxes comes with a price

Nothing comes without a price. This certainly holds true for state mandates on Florida property taxes. It’s no news that the people of Florida are struggling or that the housing market is far from recovered. But, Florida’s many local governments are feeling the strain as well, and cuts in property tax revenues aren’t helping the […]

News-Press: Program helps Fla. veterans get college education

As our military troops return home as a result of the proposed winding down of our presence in both Iraq and Afghanistan, they must be wondering what might be in store for them when they arrive. Many of our servicemen and -women enrolled into the military directly out of high school and have not had […]

Miami Herald: Genting deals winning hand for Miami

BY MICHAEL PUTNEY As the epicenter of the nation’s Medicare fraud and capital of assorted con men, scam artists and Ponzi schemers, we should be extremely leery of newcomers who roll into town making big promises. We’ve heard such promises from the likes of David Paul, Sheik Mohammad Al-Fassi, Allen Stanford, Nevin Shapiro and […]

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