Good morning. It's Friday, April 11, 2014.
Three things I underlined in what Congressman Alan Grayson wrote in today's paper about the unnecessary death of Charlene Dill:
1. Floridians with annual incomes between $5,400 and $11,400 are stuck in the "Medicaid expansion gap." Charlene Dill was one of an estimated 1 million uninsured Floridians who fell into that gap.
2. Florida has the second highest rate of uninsured individuals in the nation. Twenty percent of our state has no coverage.
3. One study estimates that approximately 1,158 to 2,221 Floridians will die each year as a result of Republicans' stubborn refusal to expand Medicaid.
Here's the Times' Jon Silman on the latest on the man who shot and killed another man in a movie theater because of texting and popcorn.
Searching for Theodore Weiss. I'd read that. Digital design all big and clean and beautiful.
We're No. 1 ... for BP oil spill damage claims.
... community colleges in 21 states now have the authority to offer bachelor’s degrees, including 25 of the 28 in Florida ...
The attraction is the location. Just make it structurally sound and open and green. Like Curtis Hixon Park in Tampa. Now pay me my consultant's fee. Click.