September 22, 2017
Florida Business News

Florida politicians weigh in on 'Graham-Cassidy' Obamacare repeal proposal

If the latest congressional health care bill passes, it could mean the first step in a major change in the way Floridians receive health care.

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Political loony tunes

Too many of us choose to get our information only from sources that support what we’re inclined to believe, and we talk and socialize only with people who think like we do.

Did Hurricane Irma speed the end of Florida orange juice?

Hurricane Irma left a trail of uprooted trees, downed fruit and flooded groves worse than anything growers say they have seen in more than 20 years.

South Florida wants to be's second home

Economic development leaders say landing the $5 billion development would be transformational for South Florida.

Orlando tops fall vacation destinations

Orlando is the top destination for fall travelers booking their trips through AAA, the travel club said.

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Why Florida Residents Couldn’t Use Solar Power After Irma Knocked Out The Power
Why Florida Residents Couldn’t Use Solar Power After Irma Knocked Out The Power

In Florida, even though many residents without electricity own solar panels, they couldn’t use them as backup after Hurricane Irma knocked out power.

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