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- Florida's Wasserman Schultz resigns as head of Democratic Party
The party appears in disarray on the eve of their convention to nominate Hillary Clinton for the White House.
- Florida construction companies struggle to find skilled workers
Demand for residential construction workers in Florida is projected to jump 40 percent — or 66,000 employees — from 2014 through the end of this year.
Florida lawmakers get paid about $30,000 a year for their ostensibly part-time jobs. But many are willing to shell out more — far more — to get elected.
The biggest Florida companies include multibillion-dollar giants of revenue such as Lakeland's Publix Super Markets, Miami's World Fuel Services and Clearwater's Tech Data Corp.
With wild oyster populations down an estimated 85 percent from their levels in the 1800s, a number of small-scale efforts to rebuild oyster colonies are underway.
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