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Florida's Best Political Television Coverage
- Workers Comp Rising 14.5%, More to Come?
- Catholics Have Pot Concerns
- Environmental attorney calls notification change “window dressing”
- Debate Drama may be inconsequential this election cycle
- New Skimmer Law Goes on the Books This Weekend
- North Carolina Protests Open Wounds in Tallahassee
- Amendment 2 battle about to get hot
- Zika Hits Tourism Industry
- Workers Comp Rising 14.5%, More to Come? 1, September28, 2016State regulators have approved a fourteen and a half percent increase in the cost of business insurance to protect injured workers. The increase is across the board and effective for all new and renewing policies after December first, but as Mike Vasilinda tells us , the hike will have different impacts on different industries. High […]Mike Vasilinda
- Catholics Have Pot Concerns 1, September28, 2016November’s medical marijuana amendment in Florida is polling well, but as Matt Galka tells us, some religious groups aren’t on board. In a little more than a month, Florida voters will face a burning question beyond who to elect for president – should the state legalize medical marijuana. Amendment 2 failed by a thin margin […]Matt Galka
- Environmental attorney calls notification change “window dressing” 1, September27, 2016Governor Rick Scott toured the sinkhole at a phosphate mine in Polk County today, a day after he announced an emergency rule that would require residents to be notified if a spill occurs. Scott and the Department of Environmental Protection were widely criticized for not saying anything to nearby residents when 215 million gallons of […]Mike Vasilinda
- Debate Drama may be inconsequential this election cycle 1, September27, 2016Donald Trump’s first campaign stop after last night’s debate is Florida. He will be speaking in Melbourne tonight at 7. Florida is a must win for Trump, while electoral math suggests Clinton can win without the Sunshine state. Still, Clinton and husband Bill will be here in Florida on Friday. As Mike Vasilinda tells […]Mike Vasilinda
- New Skimmer Law Goes on the Books This Weekend 1, September27, 2016October 1st means some new laws will be on the books in Florida, and as Matt Galka tells us, one hopes to keep your money safer while you’re filling up your tank. For too long, crooks were pumping money from Floridian’s wallets by installing skimmers at gas pumps around the state. A new law going […]Matt Galka
- North Carolina Protests Open Wounds in Tallahassee 1, September26, 2016Demonstrators have hit the streets of Charlotte, N.C. for nearly a week following the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott. As Matt Galka tells us, the protests have reopened a wound for a family in Tallahassee. In September of 2013, unarmed Jonathan Ferrell was shot and killed by a police officer outside of Charlotte, N.C. […]Matt Galka
- Amendment 2 battle about to get hot 1, September26, 2016Thousands of slick brochures are showing up in mailboxes across the state. Much like the successful campaign two years ago the mailer tells horror stories about medical marijuana that saw the initiative losing by less than three points. Christina Johnson says little has changed since voters last weighed in. “This is really nothing but recreational […]Mike Vasilinda
- Zika Hits Tourism Industry 1, September23, 2016Just under 900 people in the state have tested positive for the Zika virus, and as Matt Galka tells us, while the virus continues to take it’s toll on people, Florida’s biggest industry is starting to get bit. Florida’s $90 billion dollar cash cow, the tourism industry, is feeling the sting of Zika. $24 billion […]Matt Galka
- Questions remain over Death Penalty 1, September21, 2016The Supreme Court of Florida could rule as early as tomorrow on the fate of nearly 400 death row inmates after the highest court in the nation ruled last January that the way death sentences are handed out is unconstitutional. As Mike Vasilinda tells us, the court has two questions to answer. The US Supreme […]Mike Vasilinda
- FDLE Looking For Counterterrorism Funding 1, September20, 2016Getting help for counterterrorism efforts in the state is at the top of wish list for the state’s law enforcement agency. Matt Galka tells us more about the request. After a summer that saw the Florida Department of Law Enforcement respond to the Pulse nightclub massacre, the department’s commissioner is making stopping future terrorist attacks […]Matt Galka
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