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Sunshine State News: Pharmacy Patients Must be Protected from an Accidental Overdose

By BILL MINCY With opioid-related fatalities on the rise in Florida, it is not difficult to find someone whose life has been affected by overdose. Like many of our fellow Floridians, community pharmacies throughout Florida are concerned about the epidemic facing both our state and our country. Pharmacy owners and pharmacists want to be able to […]

Orlando Sentinel: CareerSource Florida, partners set statewide job fairs for construction, manufacturing

By Bill Zimmerman CareerSource Florida is teaming up with the state’s Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Department of Economic Opportunity and others on a series of job fairs throughout the Sunshine State aimed at putting career opportunities in front of Floridians, including Puerto Rico evacuees. Manufacturing and construction jobs will be highlighted at the events, according […]

Florida Politics: Julio Fuentes: Florida lives depend on naloxone co-prescriptions

As the nationwide opioid epidemic continues to destroy families, communities and lives across the country, Congress is currently considering dozens of bills to address this public health crisis. Their action is critical, and time is of the essence. In 2016, more than 4,000 Floridians fatally overdosed on opioids. Fortunately, in 2016 Florida also passed a law allowing […]

Florida Politics: Another dozen sheriffs endorse crime victim rights amendment

By Drew Wilson More than a dozen law enforcement leaders announced Tuesday that they were in support of the Constitution Revision Commission proposal to add a “crime victim bill of rights” to the Florida Constitution. The Tuesday announcement follows a previous bulk endorsement that saw two dozen sheriffs sign on to support the proposal, commonly known as […]

Sunshine State News: Mueller Probe Flawed, but Must Continue

By DENNIS FREYTES This week marked the one-year anniversary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election. It’s already lasted too long, during which time malicious leaks and speculation have dominated the news cycle and distracted citizens from the real issues facing our country. Those of us who support President Donald […]

Tallahassee Democrat: Constitutional panel should be improved, not abolished | Opinion

By Carol S. Weissert While I often agree with our capital curmudgeon, Bill Cotterell, I absolutely do not support the suggestion in his May 20 column that the CRC should be abolished because its proposals are disappointing and probably won’t pass anyway. Really, Bill. Does this mean we dump Congress when we don’t like what it does or revamp our […]

RELEASE: Miami Beach Selects Harris Corporation to Modernize Public Safety Radio Network

Highlights: Transitions Miami Beach from analog to highly reliable P25 digital network Provides an end-to-end solution to more than 1,000 public safety professionals Replaces incumbent and adds another Florida community to Harris’ public safety business MELBOURNE, Fla. May 9, 2018 — Miami Beach has selected Florida-based Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) to modernize its critical communications network – […]

Florida Today: Municipal utilities expand solar operations in Florida in groundbreaking deal

By Dave Berman Solar power will be coming to 12 municipal utilities throughout Florida, under a groundbreaking agreement detailed Friday at the Florida Solar Energy Center in Cocoa. As part of what’s being called the Florida Municipal Solar Project, utilities from Jacksonville Beach to Key West will receive solar power from three “solar farms” that will be […]

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