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Florida Republicans shoot down Medicaid expansion plan leaving millions of Floridians in limbo

Medicaid expansion plan, thereby casting millions of uninsured Floridians into a state of limbo regarding healthcare coverage. ...

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Dorsey adult education center rekindles the legacy

D.A. Dorsey Adult Education Center concluded Black History Month with a program under the theme: Rekindling the Legacy of Dana Albert Dorsey ...

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Broward commissioners approve Vice Mayor Sharief’s proposal to increase fines to promote responsible dog ownership

commissioners directed the Broward County attorney to amend an existing ordinance that increases fines from a sliding scale (dependent on income) to $500 for dogs trained to “fight” and $300 for dogs not licensed or spayed/neutered ...

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Newton Sanon named president of OIC’s National Presidents’ Association

Newton Sanon was elected president of the Executive Directors’/Presidents’ Association of OIC of America, Inc. (Opportunities Industrialization Center/OICA) on Feb. 25, 2013 with a unanimous vote of his peers consisting of OIC Execs throughout the country ...

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Florida Memorial University will celebrate 134 years of existence

Florida Memorial University, South Florida’s only historically Black university, will celebrate 134 years of existence Tuesday, March 12, 2013 during its annual Founders’ Day Convocation ...

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Congresswoman Frederica Wilson receives Broward Black Elected Officials Inaugural Lifetime Achievement Community Service Award

This was the first time the event has been sold out and this is first time the Broward Black Elected Officials have given a Lifetime Achievement Award ...

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JANELL LATRICE DYKES WITH HER IDLE KIM TERRELL

Kearney: Janell is a graduating Cum Laud Senior from FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL UNIVERSITY better known as FAMU with a Bachelor’s in Health Science ...

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Arming teachers, warning shots in ‘Stand Your Ground’ before legislators

The state's self defense law would say people can fire warning shots to fend off attackers without fear of prosecution and teachers would be able to pack heat on campus under bills now before legislators. ...

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The Elks Lodge #652 and Goldstar Productions

Stanley Colvin of Goldstar Productions and The Elks Lodge #652, celebrated their 10th year of colloboratively making the tradition of bringing smiles to the faces of children living in Fort Lauderdale and surrounding cities a success ...

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Florida Memorial University is off to a great new year

“To learn that Florida Memorial University’s accreditation has been reaffirmed—with no recommendations—was the perfect way to end 2012 and to begin the New Year ...

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