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September 22, 2018

Thursday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 10/5/2017

› It’s time for tourists to come back to the Keys, Florida governor says during visit
“Key West and the Florida Keys are open for business,” Scott said Wednesday to cheers from members of the business community gathered at the Marriott Beachside Hotel in Key West. “We’re going to do everything we can to make sure everyone comes back.”

› Universal Orlando is hiring for 3,000 jobs
Universal Orlando is looking to hire 3,000 employees for full-time, part-time and seasonal jobs, the company announced Wednesday. The departments doing the hiring include attractions, operations, culinary, food services and merchandise.

› Irma-displaced dogs from across Florida headed to Mega Adoption Event in Jacksonville
About 200 Florida dogs displaced by Hurricane Irma will be among the 1,000 or so animals up for adoption at this weekend’s Mega Adoption Event at the Jacksonville Fairgrounds.

› Interior Secretary Zinke to visit Florida this week
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will travel to Florida on Thursday to “conduct on-the-ground assessments of hurricane damage at National Park Service locations and to receive a briefing on Everglades Restoration,” according to a release.

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