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Insurance Journal: Commentary: How Florida’s Flood Insurance Model Could Work Nationwide

While Congress works on various reforms to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), the time is ripe for the private insurance market to step up and play a greater role in providing Americans needed flood coverage. Last month in Salt Lake City, the National Conference of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL), a group of state lawmakers from […]

Sunshine State News: Seniors’ Prescription Costs Must be Addressed

The drug supply chain can be a complicated process. There are many different layers that go with the process that ultimately ends with your prescriptions making their way into your medicine cabinet, especially when it comes to deciding the amount each entity within the process pays. While the structure of this supply chain remains seemingly […]

Florida Politics: Marsy’s Law backers plan big ad buy to sway voters

By Peter Schorsch  Seventeen million dollars. $17,582,462.50, to be precise. That’s the total statewide ad buy — starting mid-September and going into much of October, and including Spanish language ads — to sway voters for a proposed constitutional amendmentcreating a ‘crime victims’ bill of rights.’ That measure, also known as Marsy’s Law for Florida, was put on […]

Florida Politics: Florida clerks of court back victim rights amendment

By Drew Wilson Clerks of court from 17 Florida counties on Thursday endorsed Amendment 6, which would add a “crime victim bill of rights” to the Florida Constitution. “As Clerk of the Circuit Court, my office interacts with victims, survivors, and their families on a daily basis,” said Martin County Clerk Carolyn Timmann. Timmann also was a […]

The Gainesville Sun: Sadie Darnell: Crime victims need constitutional protections

By Sheriff Sadie Darnell Recently, I joined more than three dozen Florida sheriffs in endorsing Amendment 6/Marsy’s Law for Florida, a proposal that would add a Crime Victims’ Bill of Rights to the Florida Constitution. If passed by 60 percent of voters this November, Amendment 6 will provide victims with rights and protections that are […]

Naples Daily News: Commentary: Consider candidates’ energy policy this election season

By Lt. Col. Dennis Freytes, Florida chairman, Vets4Energy With the 2018 election cycle quickly approaching, responsibility lies on voters to decide how they will exercise their constitutional right to achieve the change they want to see. Important races for various cabinet positions, state offices, Congress and governor are gearing up, and who we elect to these […]

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 […]