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October 21, 2018

Jason Garcia

Florida Trend Associate Editor • jgarcia@floridatrend.com

Jason Garcia

Jason Garcia is a graduate of the Phillip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland. Before coming to Florida Trend, he worked for 13 years for the Orlando Sentinel, where he covered state politics and the tourism industry.

Articles by Jason Garcia:

Gov. Scott won't pick three state Supreme Court justices, but here's why he wins anyway
Florida's Supreme Court ruled that the next governor will pick three high court justices, but Gov. Scott's influence will be felt.
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Orlando-based Voxx and UniKey team up on keyless tech for the auto industry.
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A number of competitive seats statewide could set the tone nationally.
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Rising star: A UCF physicist lands a coveted federal ‘early career' grant
If young scientists were ranked like young quarterbacks, Michael Chini would be a top prospect. Chini, 33, earned a bachelor's degree in physics from Canada's McGill University in 2007 and then a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Central Florida five years later. Now he's an assistant professor in UCF's physics department who has started down the tenure track.
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Business Profile: Harris Corp. Plays to Its Strengths
Over seven years, Harris has abandoned its diversification strategy to focus primarily on building high-tech equipment for governments.
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Judgment Call: Critics question the motive behind a lawyer's decision to run against a judge
Cole Scott & Kissane is one of the largest corporate defense firms in Florida, with more than 400 attorneys in 11 offices statewide.
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At EASE:  An app developed by doctors gives families peace of mind
Billed as “Snapchat from the operating room,” a new app created by three doctors at OrlandoHealth's Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children allows doctors and nurses to communicate with the families of their patients.
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Rising up: Nemours expands its Orlando children's hospital
Nemours is embarking on a $21.7-million expansion in which it will build out the unfinished sixth floor atop the 630,000-sq.-ft. children's hospital.
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Daytona State College reaches out to homeless students
At Daytona State College, the student homeless population had grown from fewer than 30 students just before the 2008-09 recession to about 80...
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Harvesting rooftops: Rayonier is in the development business
The timber and real estate company envisions its 261-acre Wildlight project as the beginning of something bigger...
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