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Gov. Scott no longer uses email for official business

Gov. Scott no longer uses email for official business

The Orlando Sentinel reports that Gov. Rick Scott has quit using any email for state business. "The governor now only uses email to communicate with family," his deputy communications director John Tupps said. The governor ran into trouble during the 2014 campaign when The Associated Press [...]

Fordham law students visit Wedgewood community

Fordham law students visit Wedgewood community

Dr. Gloria Horning is hosting a group of Fordham University Law students who are studying who has happened in the Wedgewood community, looking at the environmental, health and legal issues involved. Yesterday, we had Sarah Baldwin, one of the students, came on Pensacola Speaks. The group will [...]

PS Wednesday, March 18 edition:  Gaetz, Wedgewood, Charlie Crist and Cybersecurity

PS Wednesday, March 18 edition: Gaetz, Wedgewood, Charlie Crist and Cybersecurity

Fordham University has a group of students studying the environmental and health issues in the Wedgwood community. We will have Sarah Baldwin who will talk about their work this week. Then State Senator Don Gaetz will talk about the bill the Senate pass expanding health care coverage for the poor [...]

Panhandle Tiger Bay Club hear about  ‘The Middle Class Squeeze’

Panhandle Tiger Bay Club hear about ‘The Middle Class Squeeze’

Jennifer Erickson, Director of Competitiveness and Economic Growth at the Center for American Progress, will be speaking at the Panhandle Tiger Bay Club on “The Middle Class Squeeze” Friday, March 20. In September, the Center for American Progress (CAP) released its report regarding how the [...]

PSC Presents Kamerman Piano Series Concert with Arthur Greene March 22

PSC Presents Kamerman Piano Series Concert with Arthur Greene March 22

The Sid and Jeannie Kamerman Piano Series at Pensacola State College presents classical pianist Arthur Greene at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, March 22, in the Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus, 1000 College Blvd. A Steinway Artist, Greene's dynamic and personal performances [...]

FDOH: Wedgewood air identified as public health hazard

FDOH: Wedgewood air identified as public health hazard

Yesterday the Florida Department of Health, Public Health Toxicology, mailed the community update to about 650 property owners near the Rolling Hills Landfill. This update summarizes the Department’s draft health consultation report, solicits public comment on this report, and announces a March [...]

PS podcast: Clay Ingram and battling dinosaurs

PS podcast: Clay Ingram and battling dinosaurs

Yesterday on Pensacola Speaks, I talked with State Rep. Clay Ingram about the growing friction between the Florida House and Senate. Everyone, Rep. Ingram included, believed that this session would be a calm one. "My assumption was that this would be a pretty tame session with water policy being [...]

Florida House proposes $17.9 million to save citrus industry

Florida House proposes $17.9 million to save citrus industry

The fight against a disease infecting Florida's oranges would get a hefty boost from a House spending proposal (Read "Citrus Crisis"). The House Agriculture & Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee included $17.9 million for the state's response to citrus greening in a budget proposal [...]

PS podcast: The Rabbit Hole

PS podcast: The Rabbit Hole

Keith Hoffert has a kickstarter project, The Rabbit Hole. He wants to create music and art incubator, rental space for bands, artists, teachers and students to rehearse, practice and co-create. We had him on Pensacola Speaks to talk about it. Pensacola Speaks airs on News Talk 1370 WCOA [...]

Quint Studer named one of the most interesting entrepreneurs in healthcare today

Quint Studer named one of the most interesting entrepreneurs in healthcare today

The Becker Hospital Review has published its list of the nine most interesting and intelligent entrepreneurs in healthcare today. Quint Studer, founder of Studer Group, is second on the list. Quint Studer is the founder of Pensacola, Fla.-based Studer Group, an outcomes firm that uses [...]

Pensacola Speaks Podcasts now available on iTunes

Pensacola Speaks Podcasts now available on iTunes

We received notification last night that Apple has accepted our podcasts. You can now listen to them on iTunes.

LIP money, or lack of it, creating havoc on 2016 budget

LIP money, or lack of it, creating havoc on 2016 budget

The federal government has made it clear that its Low Income Pool program will end this June. LIP provides Florida $2 billion annually for health care for low income families and the uninsured. Sacred Heart Hospital and Santa Rosa Medical Center depend on the funds for the care they offer those [...]

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