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  • Florida Hospital rolls out mobile health services for women

     
    Florida Hospital rolled out its new Healthy 100 Women’s Mobile Health Coach Wednesday. The fully loaded RV aims to bring preventive health screenings to women where they work and live. The women’s health center on wheels offers mammography,...
  • Community Maker: John Rife of East End Market

     
    This is the first in a new blog series called Community Makers which explores the motivations and worldview of Orlando’s lead makers and shapers of community. John Rife is the founder and owner of the newly emerging East End Market. EEM is currently...
  • The 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida

     
    Over two days, we revealed this year's list of “The 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida” — as chosen by a panel of leaders from the business, nonprofit and political communities. Below is the full list of 25 - with nutshell...
  • Senate unanimously passes high-speed ethics reform

     
    TALLAHASSEE – Trying to clamp down on rampant perceived excesses of power, a Florida Senate committee on Tuesday began fast-tracking the most sweeping ethics reform proposal the state has witnessed in decades. If passed by the full Legislature...
  • Dean Cannon’s impressive lobbying clientele

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Former House Speaker Dean Cannon made some news this week when Senate Ethics and Elections Chairman Jack Latvala took exception to his return as a (temporary) executive-branch lobbyist and the head of a firm that will immediately begin...
  • Winter Park prison ministry picks new executive director

     
    The Winter Park-based Kairos Prison Ministry International (www.kpmi.org) has appointed Evelyn Lemly as the organization's new executive director. Lemly will oversee 30,000 volunteers working in 34 states and nine international countries. “The...
  • Latvala versus Cannon on lobbying revolving doors

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A key component of the ethics package the Senate workshopped Tuesday takes aim at a common occurance in state politics: the revolving-door that sees formerly powerful lawmakers return to the Capitol as high-priced lobbyists soon...
  • Senate fast-tracking ethics reform package

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A Florida Senate panel is fast-tracking a sweeping ethics proposal that would crack down on politicians' lavish lobbyist-funded living, their revolving-door jobs and even their paychecks in cases when they don't pay ethics fines. The...
  • Lawmakers with the biggest CCEs now backing reforms

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Senate President Don Gaetz, R-Niceville, said last week he wanted to curb the “fillet Mignon lifestyle” some lawmakers are living courtesy of political funds called “committees of continuous existence” that ...
  • Florida Supreme Court invalidates Senate redistricting plan

     
    TALLAHASSEE — On the last day of a once-a-decade redistricting legislative session, the Florida Supreme Court officially ordered overtime Friday by finding that the re-drawn state Senate map failed to follow new anti-gerrymandering standards. The...
  • Cannon favors measure that removes Jacobs from toll road board

     
    House Speaker Dean Cannon said he supports a measure that would take Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs off the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority board. A controversial move by state Rep. Mike Horner, R-Kissimmee, to take Jacobs off the toll...
  • In late budget talks, Senate finds cash for Cannon’s projects

     
    While they haven’t yet finalized a state spending plan, House and Senate budget chiefs were able to find the money over the weekend to pay for at least two earmarks personally requested by House Speaker Dean Cannon. After holding back through...