July 27, 2016
Florida Business News

Florida regulators sign off on controversial water standards

Despite vehement opposition from environmental groups, state regulators signed off Tuesday on new standards for Florida's rivers, lakes and coastal water.

State, Seminoles spar over card games

The dispute involves the Seminoles' "exclusive" right to operate banked card games at five of the tribe's seven casinos.

Florida-to-Maine bike path picks up speed along Eastern Seaboard

Stretching from Key West to Calais, Maine, the East Coast Greenway is one-third complete.

Pulse could become the latest tragedy tourism destination

Orlando's Pulse nightclub has found its way onto itineraries for tourists from around the world who pay their respects and leave handmade memorials.

Florida’s ‘Do Not Call List’ hits 1 million users

One million phone numbers now are on the state’s Do Not Call List, which restricts telemarketers and others from making sales calls to Floridians.

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