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File Photo: Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs (center) were among those who cut the ribbon at the Coalition for the Homeless’s new downtown Orlando facility.
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A New Home For Downtown Orlando’s Homeless


Single men are often the most visible part of the homeless population- but Orlando city leaders are hoping a new shelter will help reduce the numbers on the streets. The new Men’s Service Center in downtown Orlando held a ribbon-cutting ceremony January 28.
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Health First anti-trust lawsuit allowed to continue


An anti-trust lawsuit against Brevard County’s biggest hospital system has cleared its first court hurdle. As Health News Florida’s Abe Aboraya reports, the plaintiffs in the case say Health First’s monopoly results in higher prices for consumers.
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The Fisher House starts construction at the Orlando VA Medical Center this month.
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Orlando VA hospital could start seeing vets this spring


The long-awaited Orlando VA hospital in Lake Nona is 95 percent complete. That’s according to builder Brasfield & Gorrie, which says parts of the $665 million facility have been turned over the VA. Orlando VA spokesman Michael Strickler said veterans could start being seen as soon as spring, with summer the target for the hospital to be fully operational.
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