April 24, 2019
Florida Business News

Hurricane aftermath leaves Florida with years of major wildfire threat

The scars left by the strongest storm ever to strike the region have ramped up the risk of another type of natural disaster for years to come: a major wildfire threat.

Florida Icon: Former HSN pitchman Bob Circosta

First on-air host at the Home Shopping Club — later the Home Shopping Network — entrepreneur, Clearwater; age 69

Florida environmental groups go to ‘war’ against highway expansion bill

Environmentalists used Earth Day to ratchet up criticism of a proposal going before the Senate to expand and build toll roads through hundreds of miles of the state.

Florida gas prices are down, but recent sanction news could change that

State gas prices are down over the week, but where prices go next depends heavily on how the market reacts to recent oil news, according to AAA.

CBD is in a gray zone in Florida but that could soon change

Products with CBD in them have practically become ubiquitous in Florida, but CBD comes from the cannabis plant and that fact is leaving business owners in a kind of grey zone.

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