September 27, 2016
Florida Business News

Trump, Clinton head back to Florida after Monday debate

After Monday night's ballyhooed presidential debate, Trump and Clinton will quickly try to grab momentum in Florida.

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Business Florida: Florida's regions

From Jacksonville down to Naples and from Miami and the Florida Keys up to Pensacola, this state offers a unique blend of cutting-edge innovation and kickback style.

26 new Florida laws kick in on Saturday

Pay raises for county elections supervisors and new penalties for stealing credit-card information at gas pumps are among 26 new laws that take effect October 1.

Florida's medical marijuana regulations may go up in smoke

The state and growers continue to fight in court over who is allowed to grow and sell medical marijuana.

Laser technology helps Florida CSIs do their work

A day in the life of a crime-scene investigator under Florida's hot sun can be exhausting, but new Florida-created technology could make it easier.

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Port Tampa Bay businesses pitch in to maintain SS American Victory
Port Tampa Bay businesses pitch in to maintain SS American Victory

At 71, the SS American Victory is in pretty good shape. But the cargo ship that saw service during World War II, Korea and Vietnam needs some of the upkeep required with age. 

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