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Biggest Pensacola Wins

Where did the greater Pensacola area have its biggest wins last week? The Santa Rosa Island Authority finally looking at plans for a public parking…

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Biggest Pensacola News Stories

The three biggest news stories for last week were clearly the rejection of the half-cent sales tax for healthcare; the revelation of the magnitude of…

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Private Investigator’s “report”

Here is the private investigator’s report on Access Escambia that “DParker” posted on pnj.com and which “DParker” claims proves “the health care initiative is a…

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Anti’s make false issue of records

A more radical anti-Access Escambia contingent is foaming at the month because the non-profit corporation will not open its books for them to review….even though…

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Early Voting on Referendum

As of 2 pm today: 2501 early votes have been cast. 4,845 absentees votes received – out of 6900+ requests. You can early vote Saturday…

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Entire Access Business plan

For your reading enjoyment, the complete “Health Care Business Plan for Escambia County’s Low Income Uninsured Low Income, Uninsured Population”: Entire Report.pdf

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Who are the uninsured?

Last August, we wrote about the area’s poor health and the Escambia Community Clinic. Rosalynda Blackburn shuffles slowly to the exam room at the Escambia…

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Access Escambia Business Plan

The naysayers are screaming on the daily newspaper’s website that Access Escambia has no business plan. Well here it is:  Business Plan

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Answering Al

The daily interviewed former Sacred Heart hospital executive Al Hampton who is opposed to the half-cent sales tax for primary health care in Opponent says…

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