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Scott: Florida opt out of parts of health care law

Florida will opt out of spending about $2 billion more to expand Medicaid, and won’t build insurance exchanges, another optional part of the federal health care law, Gov. Rick Scott’s office said Sunday. ...

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City of Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jack Seiler

City of Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jack Seiler is delivering the annual State of the City speech at the Museum of Discovery and Science, while it appears ...

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Should African Americans continue to eat red meat?

The Fourth of July has approached us and most Americans are going to break out the grill and hot dogs, hamburgers and those juicy T-bone steaks will be on the menu ...

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Hastings honors the Life of Dr. Calvin Shirley

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Recently (June 26, 2012) Congressman Alcee L. Hastings (D-Miramar) made the following statement honoring the life of Dr. Calvin Hylton Shirley ...

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ICABA salutes South Florida’s 100 top Caribbean-American leaders

The recent ICABA (Identify Connect Activate the Black Accomplished) Black Tie reception and award ceremony saluting top movers and shakers from South Florida’s Caribbean American community ...

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FAMU trustees wrangle with budget, public records

Recently (June 27, 2012), budget cuts and a deluge of public records requests are preventing Florida A&M University from getting out “a positive message, ...

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FloridaGovernor Scott should get to work, implement The Affordable Care Act

In the wake of last week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the Affordable Care Act is constitutional, Florida House Democratic Leader-designate Perry Thurston (D-Plantation) ...

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State Capitol Briefs

The state is still weighing its next moves in an attempt to remove suspected non-citizens from the voting rolls, Gov. Rick Scott said Monday. In an interview with Fox News, Scott ...

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Dr. Calvin Hyton Shirley Leaves a Medical Legacy Which Spanned Over Half a Century in Broward County

You could probably count on one hand the number of individuals who have had the impact that the late Dr. Calvin Hyton Shirley has had on this community. He practiced medicine in Broward County ...

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Congratulations, Dillard High School’s Magnet Program: Mr. Jenkins’ graphic design students-grand prize winners, three years in a row!

SoBe Sober is proud to announce that Gian-Carlo Acevedo is the Grand Prize winner of this year’s SoBe Sober Broward Art Contest! The art work, will be featured in this year's SoBe Sober Prevention Advertising campaign in Broward ...

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