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September 22, 2017

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Wednesday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: Not everyone feels the Southeast's job boom read more >

Tuesday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: Florida workers' comp insurance rates could decrease almost 10 percent in 2018 read more >

Latest proposal to replace Obamacare would be particularly hard on Florida

A weekly alert that contains in-depth news, information, insight and analysis on the most critical health care related issues and topics facing Florida. read more >

Tuesday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: One year from 2018 primary, Florida Senate race a dead heat read more >

Monday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: Gov. Scott offers support, supplies for Texas read more >

Monday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: More than half of Florida's unemployed find jobs in less than four months read more >

Friday's Afternoon Update

Friday's Afternoon Update: Florida has more than 41K immigration court cases read more >

Friday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: Hurricane Harvey isn't hitting Florida — but it may hit gas prices read more >

Thursday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: Hurricane Andrew still haunts Florida 25 years later read more >

Adam Putnam urges more technical training for Florida's workforce

A weekly alert that contains in-depth news, information, insight and analysis on the most critical education related issues and topics facing Florida. read more >

Thursday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: Richard Corcoran seeks to pull plug on public financing of statewide election read more >

Wednesday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: Appeals court orders another look at Florida pipeline read more >

Wednesday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: Florida ranks high for workplace equality between men and women read more >

Tuesday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: Florida farmers eager for NAFTA renegotiation details read more >

New immunotherapy research in Florida shows promise against brain tumors, sepsis

A weekly alert that contains in-depth news, information, insight and analysis on the most critical health care related issues and topics facing Florida. read more >

Tuesday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: How state preemption became a "serious problem" for local governments in Florida read more >

Monday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: In swing-state Florida, the 2018 congressional election has already begun read more >

Friday's Afternoon Update

Afternoon Update: State releases latest employment figures read more >

Friday's Daily Pulse

Daily Pulse: Tropics come alive and hurricane season hasn't even hit its peak read more >

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