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Unease and uncertainty are settling over Americans with serious illnesses as Republicans move closer to dismantling Democratic former President Barack Obama‘s health care system. A New Orleans attorney with multiple sclerosis fears he’ll be forced to close his practice if he loses coverage, while a Philadelphia woman with asthma is looking at stockpiling inhalers. The […]

Associated PressMay 31, 2016

The “enormous demand” created by the international Zika epidemic for traps used to monitor mosquitoes that carry the virus caught their German manufacturer off-guard, two company officials said Friday. According to Biogents’ only U.S. distributor, a backlog affects 1,950 traps ordered by governments and private businesses in Florida, Ohio, Kentucky and a few other states. […]

Associated PressNovember 9, 2015

While the presidential campaign commands the public’s attention, political parties and financial contributors are quietly preparing for another less glitzy yet significant set of elections a year from now — battles to determine control of dozens of state legislative chambers. National Republican and Democratic groups have set record-high fundraising goals as they try to influence […]

Jim RosicaSeptember 22, 2015

Gov. Rick Scott had the first success of his “economic development trade mission” to Kentucky this week, with the announcement that an aerospace company will expand in South Florida, creating 40 new jobs. 1st Choice Aerospace on Tuesday said it will next open shop in Miramar, Broward County. The company makes “oxygen, fuel, cargo, and waste systems for commercial, […]

Jim RosicaSeptember 9, 2015

Bluegrass State, beware: Florida Gov. Rick Scott is coming for you next. Enterprise Florida, the state’s public-private economic development organization, on Wednesday released a radio spot to air on Kentucky stations, cajoling businesses to move to Florida. The ad is in advance of Scott’s “economic development trade mission” to Kentucky later this month, according to a press release. Scott said […]

Jim RosicaSeptember 4, 2015

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Friday said he won’t break his pledge not to run as an independent if he loses the GOP nomination. Trump was back on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program via telephone. He last appeared Aug. 28. He also called the Iran nuclear deal “disastrous” and said “possibly yes” to taking people […]


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