October 2020 Contents
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Finding an affordable home is a challenge for many Florida workers. Andrew Frey thinks there's a way to add tens of thousands of housing units without government spending a dime.
No More Grand Plans, Please - Just Pitch In
Noble aims alone don't change business realities.
Jillian Bandes sees a private-sector solution to affordable housing.
Great, 'But Not My Kid'
Florida's schools have become much more segregated by both race and economic class. What does that say about how parents and school districts value diversity?
Even amid the pandemic, some sectors are growing — and hiring.
VT MAE turns to a local technical college to meet its demand for workers.
Health care is a top priority in Northeast Florida.
A Time to Reflect
Too often we fail to step back for a moment to realize all that is around us.
In 2016 for me, and maybe even prior to that by a couple of years, the joy and the excitement and the energy that I got from the political arena went away.
The Limits of Home-Work
Millennials were among the first to realize that working from home had a downside.
Florida Ballot Measures
2020 Constitutional Amendments
Florida voters will consider six amendments to the state constitution when they go to the polls next month.
Democrats face long odds in winning the seats they need to match the GOP in the state Senate. In the House, Democrats may gain a few seats, but Republicans will continue to dominate.
Palm Beach County
The Palm Beaches
The continued transformation from its tourism roots to a 21st century economy is ensuring Palm Beach County remains an attractive destination for business and life.
Around the State
CC Homes & Baptist Health South to offer telemedice to home buyers.
Cleveland Clinic Branches Out
Cleveland Clinic Florida has opened its Florida Research & Innovation Center.
Flooding the Market
Local flood insurance companies like TypTap Insurance and Neptune Flood Insurance are expanding outside of Florida.
Compliance with physical therapy homework improves to 78% with PT Genie.
Carbonxt has developed a system to remove phosphates from water.
Converting Text to Braille
Bay County students develop a device that turns text messages into braille.
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