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Gil Ziffer, Christina Johnson elected to lead Capital Tiger Bay Club in Tallahassee

Tallahassee Democrat October 21, 2020 Former Tallahassee city commissioner Gil Ziffer is now chairman of the board of the Capital Tiger Bay Club, a non-partisan political forum, according to a Wednesday news release. Also, Christina Johnson — president of On 3 Public Relations — will serve as president of the nearly 50-year-old organization. Both will serve two-year terms. And longtime …Read More

. on October 21, 2020
State Campaign Finance Report, One Month from General Election

On 3 Public Relations (On3PR) presents the G4 campaign finance report. State candidates had until midnight Friday, October 9 to report everything raised and spent through Friday, October 2, 2020 – 31 days until the November 3 general election. To access the comprehensive spreadsheet, only available at On 3 Public Relations, click here.  Important dates: Monday, Oct. 19 / Begin …Read More

. on October 10, 2020
As flood threats rise, Floridians have a right to know their risk

Opinion Editorial by Amanda Bryant The Invading Sea September 22, 2020 For more than a year, flood preparedness advocates in Florida have urged lawmakers to protect homebuyers by requiring that prospective buyers and renters are given current data about a property’s flood risk and history as they consider a purchase or lease. Unfortunately, even with Congress on deadline to reauthorize the National …Read More

. on September 22, 2020

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Florida TaxWatch (FTW) released the 2020 Florida Taxpayers’ Voter Guide to Florida’s Constitutional Amendments providing taxpayers with independent analysis and voting recommendations for each of the six proposed constitutional amendments that will appear on the ballot during the 2020 general election. In analyzing each proposed amendment, FTW considered the impact of the amendment, the arguments made by …Read More

. on September 17, 2020

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.— Local groups across the country, including eight in Florida, are calling on congressional leadership to act on legislation that would create a federal flood risk disclosure requirement to protect families, renters, and homebuyers. Currently, federal policy requires lenders—and not sellers—to notify borrowers only if they are required to have flood insurance. Recent tools have made flood risk data …Read More

. on September 14, 2020
Goodwill Industries of North Florida Celebrates 80 Years of Service

(Jacksonville, Fla.) – Goodwill Industries of North Florida (Goodwill) celebrates its 80th anniversary and the decades of service, community partnership, and hard work that have fueled the organization’s growth and expanded the impact of its mission. Since its founding in 1940, Goodwill’s growth across North Florida has provided invaluable economic, environmental, and educational benefits to thousands of families. “For 80 …Read More

. on September 8, 2020
Final Pre-Primary State Campaign Finance Report

Available Only at On 3 Public Relations On 3 Public Relations (On3PR) presents the P7 campaign finance report. State candidates had until midnight, Friday, August 14 to report everything raised and spent through Thursday, August 13, 2020. This is the final campaign finance report prior to the Tuesday, August 18 primary election. To access the comprehensive spreadsheet, only available at On …Read More

. on August 15, 2020
If you’re low-income and need Internet, ISPs are here to help

Letter to the Editor by Brad Swanson, President and CEO of Florida Internet and Television South Florida Sun-Sentinel Linking Florida with discounted Internet services COVID-19 has forced all Floridians to make lifestyle changes, including new ways of interacting with our friends, families, colleagues and customers. Now, families face the task of determining how Florida’s more than 2.7 million kindergarten through …Read More

. on August 14, 2020
A tax watchdog questions feasibility of Florida toll road plan

July 29, 2020 Florida TaxWatch generally supports state investments in transportation infrastructure “but there is legitimate concern about the financial prudence of the investment in the Suncoast Connector as a bond-financed toll road,” President Dominic Calabro and Kurt Wenner, vice president of research, said in a joint statement to The Bond Buyer. TaxWatch performed its own analysis of the proposed …Read More

. on July 29, 2020
Convalescent plasma donations needed as an emerging COVID-19 treatment

July 25, 2020 Opinion Editorial by Dr. Michael Patete, MD, FACS and President-Elect of the Florida Medical Association While there is no U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved medication specifically for treating COVID-19 at this time, medical researchers are hopeful about convalescent plasma therapy’s potential to strengthen infected patients’ virus-fighting capabilities and to keep moderate cases from worsening. The ever-rising number …Read More

. on July 25, 2020
Uber Eats Committed to Support Partners in Restaurant Industry

July 20, 2020 Article by Stephanie Smith, Senior Manager of Florida Public Policy at Uber Uber Eats has been a longtime partner of the restaurant industry, offering innovative, reliable solutions in getting meals to consumers. We support efforts to help the hospitality industry, which is why we’ve focused the majority of our COVID-19 efforts on driving demand to independent local …Read More

. on July 20, 2020
U.S. Supreme Court ruling protects LGBTQ workers from job discrimination

The Florida Phoenix / June 15, 2020 (…) John Tonnison, president of Florida Competes, a business-backed coalition that favors legislation to protect LGBTQ workers, also praised the ruling. He noted that 31 cities and 12 counties in the state have “commonsense” human rights ordinances on their books. “In fact, recent polling by PRRI shows 68 percent of Floridians support these …Read More

. on June 15, 2020