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Retail boosts economic recovery in Central Florida

Five years after the worst recession in a generation retail is boosting Central Florida’s economy. Economist Hank Fishkind tells 90.7’s Amy Green robust tourism is driving retail in the region. Fishkind began the conversation by explaining retail in Central Florida is thriving at a time when the sector nationwide is weak.
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Gov. Rick Scott touts his environmental platform at Wekiwa Springs State Park. Photo by Amy Green

Water woes bubble up in Florida gubernatorial race

Florida’s environment is one factor that could help decide the state’s next governor. After a first term focused on business and economic growth, Gov. Rick Scott is working to rebrand himself as an environmentalist. Scott’s main opponent, Charlie Crist, is also burnishing his environmental credentials as he looks for votes in a race that’s too close to call.
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