Bryant Rylee lives a seemingly simple life. Before the state intervened in his life, his Facebook page—which has a modest 591 friends—was relatively quiet. However, that was before a sandcastle built by his son caused the city of Panama, Florida, […]
In the United States, Florida has the sixth highest number of hazardous waste sites known as Superfund sites-and in 2016 was projected to have the second largest number of new cancer cases in the country. New research shows a possible link […]
Ten thousand people lived at the Sacred Stones, Oceti Sakowin, and Sicangu camps last summer trying to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline from crossing the Missouri River. Now the area is a moonlike landscape of gashed earth and burned structures. […]
Congratulations to “La La Land”—er, “Moonlight”—for taking home the Oscar for Best Picture over the weekend. The movie was filmed in Miami, leading us to wonder about the venture capital landscape in the Sunshine State. Since the beginning of 2013, […]
WASHINGTON – Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA) asked Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi to open an investigation into companies that offer residential solar panels in Florida. A review of consumer complaints filed with the Florida Attorney General’s Office reveals many […]
“Not prepared for cold?” the sign reads, “Help stop the Florida Sabal Pipeline.” The posting was one of several stuck to message boards and buildings in the Sacred Stones protest camp in North Dakota, near the Dakota Access Pipeline. With […]
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