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Sun Sentinel: A vote for Marsy’s Law helps protect vulnerable victims of crime | Opinion

By: Chip LaMarca As a Broward County Commissioner and lifelong District 4 resident, I care deeply about my fellow citizens and want to ensure their safety and quality of life. A proposal before the Florida Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) called Marsy’s Law would amend our state constitution to give equal rights to crime victims. Quite simply, […]

Action News Jax: Local families honor national crime victims rights week

By: Ben Becker Local families are remembering loved ones who have been the victim’s of violent crime Monday night, they gathered at The Landing for the “Tossing of the Roses” in hopes overcoming their tragic losses as part of National Crime Victims Rights Week. “Everybody says take it day by day, I take it second […]

Fernandina Observer: New campaign highlights benefits of Florida Golf Tourism

By Brianna Shoaf JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. – Every $1 spent marketing Florida’s First Coast of Golf, which comprises Nassau, Duval, St. Johns, Clay and Flagler Counties, generates $178 in golf-related expenditures – ensuring taxpayers enjoy a vibrant quality of life while keeping more money in their paychecks each month. In efforts to further enhance residents’ understanding […]

Florida Times-Union: Golf’s Huge Impact for our Region

By: Times-Union Editorial Board Cheers to the fact that Northeast Florida continues to offer a magnificent array of golf courses, ranges and other resources for all kinds of golfing enthusiasts — and to the fantastic news that promoting our region’s golf bounty continues to have a big payoff. According to the latest figures, every $1 […]

ABC: Harris Corporation Introduces New Two-Channel Leader Radio That Significantly Improves US Army Battlefield Communications

ROCHESTER, N.Y. –(BUSINESS WIRE) The Harris AN/PRC-163 two-channel handheld radio provides simultaneous two-channel communications for up-and-down echelon connectivity. (Photo: Business Wire) Harris Corporation (NYSE: HRS) has introduced a new advanced two-channel handheld radio that simultaneously delivers voice and data networking to U.S. Army leaders, significantly improving critical battlefield communications. The AN/PRC-163 Army Radio is easy to […]

The Capitolist: Stemming the Opioid Crisis – How Congress Can Make Progress

By John Lucas The following is a guest contribution by Sal Nuzzo of the James Madison Institute and is the opinion of the author. We are facing the worst drug epidemic in American history. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), in 2016 more than 42,000 people died of opioid overdoses; this amounts to just over 115 […]

Sunshine State News: Florida’s Small-Business Community Is Gravely Impacted by the Opioid Crisis

By MICHAEL MYHRE Recently, we have seen the significant impact of the opioid epidemic all over the United States. In Florida, Gov. Rick Scott issued a statewide public health emergency last year. This crisis is more than a social problem. Florida’s small-business community is gravely impacted by this widespread issue for many reasons. Our business owners, […]

Pensacola News Journal: Visit Pensacola launches new Tourism Works campaign to tout industry’s impact on economy

By Jim Little isit Pensacola wants everyone to know the impact of tourism on the economy of Escambia County, so it is launching the Tourism Works for Pensacola campaign. Visit Pensacola officials announced the new campaign at a press conference at the Pensacola Visitor’s Center at Wayside Park. The new campaign will focus on five aspects […]

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