Florida’s housing market continues its momentum in March, with more closed sales, higher median prices, more new pending sales and increased pending inventory compared to a year ago, according to Florida Realtors® latest housing data. [Read more…] about Fla.’s Housing Market: Sales, Median Prices Up, Inventory Remains Tight in March
Companies large and small are recognizing the value and necessity of corporate social responsibility (CSR) – the idea that it’s not enough just to do well, you have to do good. [Read more…] about OPINION: Patients Need More Options to Avoid Crushing Medical Debt by Betsy Giordano
Florida ranks 10th in the nation for potential reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new report released by Environment Florida Research & Policy Center, Florida PIRG Education Fund and Frontier Group. [Read more…] about New report: By electrifying all its buildings, Florida could reap some of the highest health and climate benefits in the country
With the COVID-19 pandemic hampering the economy, thousands of Florida families have reached out to LIBERTY Dental Plan’s new “Community Smiles” Program for help in a time of crisis. [Read more…] about ‘Community Smiles’ Program Helps Thousands of Floridians Find the Help They Urgently Need
Final preparations are being made at the Florida A&M University (FAMU) walk-up COVID-19 vaccination site set to open 9 a.m. Thursday, February 25. [Read more…] about FAMU Lawson Center COVID-19 Vaccination Site Set To Open
Florida Realtors® and the Federation of All Real Estate Associations of Turkey (TEMFED) today signed a joint Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the Signature Grand venue in Davie, Fla.
Florida Polytechnic University researchers have developed a new cutting-edge technology that aims to simplify and make more affordable the detection of citrus greening in groves throughout Florida and beyond. [Read more…] about Florida Poly research to help citrus industry with faster, cheaper greening detection
By Andrew Behrman
President & CEO
Florida Association of Community Health Centers
Floridians recently were surprised to learn that last year the number of children uninsured in our state increased for the first time since tracking began a decade ago. According to a recent report released by Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families, the share of Florida children without insurance coverage rose from 6.6 percent to 7.3 percent. [Read more…] about Community Health Centers provide Florida’s children health services, even without insurance
Research infographic examining the preparedness of Floridians in anticipation of Hurricane Irma.
Research infographic investigating the evacuation habits of Floridians.