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  • Legislature must address insurance gap during special session

    Legislature must address insurance gap during special session
    Over the next few years there's no doubt the sharing economy will continue to flourish, which makes it an exciting time for consumers who will see innovative new products enter the market. As an example, within the last year or so, transportation network companies such as Uber and Lyft brought a new business model to the traditional taxi industry and set up operations in most major cities. Passengers are now able to connect with drivers in their area and pay for their service through an app on their smartphone. Uber drivers have already made 6 million journeys to date in the Sunshine State.
  • State needs long-term health care cure

    State needs long-term health care cure
    The Obama administration's offer to extend federal funding for charity care at Florida hospitals for another two years is welcome. It might be enough for state legislators to finish the job of passing a budget and head off a government shutdown when...

    Prejudice, plants and foreign interests: Letters

    Prejudice, plants and foreign interests: Letters
    Prejudice is relentless Darryl Owens' column "It's time to bury 'thug' term under Baltimore's ashes" (Orlando Sentinel, May 11) on the violent unrest in our cities makes the point that in the travail over civil rights, no one's life is less worthy...

    Making a smooth financial transition from college to adult life

    I remember the moment I made the financial transition from college student to independent adult. It was when my father took my credit card -- the plastic he had supported as a co-signer through four years of college -- and used very sharp scissors to cut...

    A second opinion could save your life

    A second opinion could save your life
    At age 29, Los Angeles resident Liza Bernstein was diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer. If the now 50-year-old community organizer hadn't questioned the advice of the first oncologist she saw after undergoing a lumpectomy, she's not sure she'd...