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An overview of the features and articles in this month's issue of Florida Trend.
Florida Business News
Hemp program proposed for Florida as officials eye potentially lucrative industry
Agriculture officials say hemp production could help farmers and timber owners in Northwest Florida who sustained heavy damage in Hurricane Michael.
- Florida Icon: J.R. 'Johnny' Lopez de la Cruz
The retired U.S. Army colonel, president Bay of Pigs Veterans Association Brigade 2506, tells us, "A lot of people are going to Cuba, and they get that side of the story and then when they come back they come over here to hear what we have to say."
Florida wildlife officials are investigating a higher than normal number of manatee deaths in Everglades National Park over the last two months.
Owning businesses, many Florida black community leaders and business owners agree, is essential for the health of the black community and equality.
A slight reduction to the state’s general-fund reserves, as outlined by Gov. Ron DeSantis in his proposed budget, is unlikely to affect Florida’s credit ratings.
Florida Trend Video Pick
The 31st Miami Yacht Show, the city’s premier luxury yacht show, takes place from February 14 -18, 2019 in its new location at One Herald Plaza. See a video of preparation for the event.
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