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Drew WilsonMay 24, 2018

Holland & Knight reeled in up to $740,000 in lobbying fees during the first three months of the year, which included 2018 Legislative Session. Newly filed compensation reports show the firm earned between $250,000 and $490,000 lobbying the Legislature and another $100,000 to $250,000 lobbying the Governor and Cabinet. Using the median number reported for […]

Staff ReportsMarch 8, 2018

Hospitals serving large numbers of the state’s Medicaid patients “applauded” funding in the 2018-19 budget they say “puts patients before profits.” In a Thursday press release, the Safety Net Hospital Alliance of Florida thanked budget writers for maintaining funding. The Legislature agreed to fund another $319 million—including the federal share—in the upcoming year’s budget, as they did […]


Small firms stayed busy during the second quarter of 2016, despite each reporting earnings of less than $100,000 in the three-month period. Stuart K. Brown’s SKB Consulting reported earning between $50,000 and $99,999 during the second quarter. The firm reported similar earnings in the first quarter of the year. Brown’s clients include the Consortium of […]

Jim RosicaNovember 19, 2015

A bill that would end state oversight of hospital construction and expansion cleared its first House review panel on Thursday. The Select Committee on Affordable Healthcare Access OK’d the legislation (HB 437) 10-4 along party lines. The measure would repeal the “certificate of need” process that requires hospitals to show state regulators there’s a need in the community […]

Ryan RayAugust 6, 2015

Another in the growing numbers of small or one-person lobbying shops is Chip Case‘s solo practice, Jefferson Monroe. Another thing that’s growing: his client list. According to recently released lobbying compensation reports, the firm took in an estimated $70,000 between April 1 and June 30 – not bad for three months’ work. Without a doubt the […]

Associated PressApril 29, 2015

The Obama administration said Wednesday it had not changed its position on Medicaid expansion and hospital funds, despite contrary interpretations from lawmakers. The confusion came a day after Gov. Rick Scott filed a federal lawsuit accusing the Obama administration of coercing Florida into expanding Medicaid by withholding more than $1 billion in hospital funds. The […]


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