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Tests and programs for Florida babies among Scott line-item vetoes

Last week, Gov. Rick Scott signed the state’s budget, which proposed reductions to health services for women and children. He also vetoed millions more in health service projects set aside specifically for women and children.
Jul 31, 2020

Tests and programs for Florida babies among Scott line-item vetoes

Tests and programs for Florida babies among Scott line-item vetoes

Last week, Gov. Rick Scott signed the state’s budget, which proposed reductions to health services for women and children. He also vetoed millions more in health service projects set aside specifically for women and children.
Last week, Gov. Rick Scott signed the state’s budget, which proposed reductions to health services for women and children. He also vetoed millions more in health service projects set aside specifically for women and children.
Jul 31, 2020

Feinberg acknowledges ‘mistakes,’ says fund will ‘take another look’ at denied oil spill claims

Feinberg acknowledges ‘mistakes,’ says fund will ‘take another look’ at denied oil spill claims

Oil spill claims administrator Kenneth Feinberg told a room full of representatives of Florida’s tourism industry that the Gulf Coast Claims Facility would “take another look” at denied claims when claimants file for final or quarterly “interim” payments. # Speaking at a Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association meeting in Tampa, Feinberg said some claimants have been reporting inconsistencies — that their neighbors and co-wokers got paid, but they didn’t, or that they got less than they felt they deserved
Oil spill claims administrator Kenneth Feinberg told a room full of representatives of Florida’s tourism industry that the Gulf Coast Claims Facility would “take another look” at denied claims when claimants file for final or quarterly “interim” payments. # Speaking at a Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association meeting in Tampa, Feinberg said some claimants have been reporting inconsistencies — that their neighbors and co-wokers got paid, but they didn’t, or that they got less than they felt they deserved
Jul 31, 2020

Golden State Plans to Go Green

Golden State Plans to Go Green

California has announced a new plan to drastically cut greenhouse emissions with sweeping state regulations across almost all industries. The state’s Air
California has announced a new plan to drastically cut greenhouse emissions with sweeping state regulations across almost all industries. The state’s Air
Jul 31, 2020
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