April 20, 2014

Tuesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 6/18/2013

› U.S., Cuba to discuss re-opening direct mail service
A U.S. official told the Associated Press on Monday that the United States and Cuba would resume talks this week on restarting direct mail service -- a diplomatic foray which may be at once uniquely outdated, and potentially significant.

› Critics hail "modest" reforms to nuclear advance fee law
Gov. Rick Scott has signed the bill that toughens guidelines for utilities that want to collect money from customers in advance for construction of new nuclear plants. Critics of the nuclear advance fee hailed the governor's move as a critical step toward guarding consumers' money.

› Orlando entrepreneur center marks 10th anniversary with free seminars
Orlando's National Entrepreneur Center is celebrating its 10th anniversary Tuesday with an afternoon of free educational seminars for small business owners. The center, which is home to 11 different business organizations and service providers, will mark the occasion with a private event in the morning followed by three educational sessions in the afternoon.

› Lifestyle Lift agrees to change its 'facial rejuvenation' marketing
Attorney General Pam Bondi announced Monday that Lifestyle Lift Holding, Inc., has agreed to change the marketing on its facial rejuvenation services “to eliminate any possible consumer confusion about its services.”

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