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October 23, 2017
Florida Business News

It's not just Puerto Rico: FEMA bogs down in Florida, too

One of the busiest hurricane seasons in years has overwhelmed federal disaster officials. As a result, the government's response in Florida has been scattershot.

Florida aims to become regional alternative jet fuels hub

Florida wants to establish a biofuel supply chain based around a non-edible plant that has already been used to produce 100 percent bio-derived jet fuel.

Florida sees upsurge in babies born addicted to drugs

The number of babies born addicted to drugs nationwide has quadrupled in the past 15 years, and in Florida, the number is higher than it has ever been.

Florida growers thrown 'lifeline'

Citrus emergency loan program could offer much-needed assistance to growers hit by Hurricane Irma.

Florida scientists share $9M grant to study aging process

Florida scientists are studying the genetic makeup of centenarians to develop new drugs that could delay or possibly even reverse age-related diseases.

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