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Florida needs health reform

Now is the time to exercise bipartisanship and leadership by expanding Florida’s Medicaid programs to help the middle class and the poor. ...

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The Republican clown car on the move

Republican party can fit into that RIDICULOUS little clown car that they have been driving across the nation in. ...

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Florida residents must prove citizenship for new or to renew their drivers’ license

Florida residents now must prove they are United States citizens to obtain a drivers license or even to renew it. ...

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Walmart and under-employment

In fact, “under-employment” has been a recurring theme in Black America, where we find ourselves forced into jobs that are low wage, few (if any) benefits, and insufficient hours. ...

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White ice and low voter turnout

The 2012 Primary elections are over and once again many African Americans sought election to public office…..and most of the Negroes lost! ...

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Bullying is Preventable

As the 2012/2013 school year begins, it is important for parents to be aware of the Broward County School District’s strict Anti-Bullying Policy ...

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What are the Obama campaign managers thinking?

The response from the Obama Campaign managers to NNPA Chairman, Cloves Campbell was; “The audience your newspapers reach is not the demographic of the campaign ...

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Protect now or pay later

For more than ten years the richest one percent has received almost $750 billion from these tax cuts. Income and wealth inequality have grown astronomically threatening the very fabric of our democracy ...

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Too big to fall just right to nationalize

When many of America’s major financial companies collapsed and stood to lose trillions of dollars the United States government stepped in and gave banks and insurance companies billions of dollars in stimulus money. ...

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Comprehensive eye exams and glasses if necessary, for Florida public school students

The Florida Heiken Children’s Vision Program is offering comprehensive eye exams and glasses if necessary, for Florida public school students in your county who qualify to participate. This program is available at no cost to you or your child’s school ...

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