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January 23, 2018

Wednesday's Daily Pulse

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| 12/6/2017

› St. Johns Riverkeeper injunction seeks to block Army Corps from dredging
The St. Johns River’s watchdog filed an injunction Monday seeking to block the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from beginning its high-profile project to dredge Jacksonville’s harbor.

› Walls4Naples owners bring expertise from Germany
The Walls4Naples showroom on Third Avenue North has paints and wall treatments not found in other local stores, giving homeowners more options as they build or renovate.

› Florida Supreme Court Sets Stage for $2.8M Asbestos Verdict
Miami attorneys won an approximately $2.8 million asbestos verdict after securing a retrial based on a Florida Supreme Court decision that directed juries to use a more consumer-friendly test in strict products liability cases.

› In Florida, Hurricane Preparation Helped Prevent Overdoses
As Hurricane Irma was heading toward Florida, Dr. Hensel Tookes and his team were handing out clean needles and Narcan, a drug that can reverse the effects of opioids, to residents of Miami.

 

 

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