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The Good Life Fest, Snap Orlando and Spooky Empire


The Good Life Festival brings national musical acts, including the Temptations , gourmet food, fine wine, craft beer and artisan retailers to a stunning Orlando resort venue that attracts over 4,000 guests each year. It takes place at The Magnolia House at Trilogy Orlando. Go to thegoodlifefest.com
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Melbourne Police Cracking Down on “Flakka” Street Drug


Brevard County law enforcement officials are cracking down on a mind-altering street drug called “flakka.” Melbourne Police say a teenage girl ran through the streets this weekend naked covered in blood, claiming to be God and Satan. Melbourne Commander Dan Lynch says this is the second or third call in recent weeks where flakka use was suspected.
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Gov. Rick Scott – LIP funding


Do you remember that time in 2013 when a slightly bedraggled Gov. Rick Scott, seemingly aiming for that weird gut of compassion, went onto television to say that he couldn’t possibly refuse Medicaid expansion for all of the ailing people in the state? It turns out that his whole dance of populism was tied to waiver negotiations with the feds. He quickly changed camps when he got his way. Now it’s even worse. All of the sudden, it’s Medicaid’s fault for being a broken system that has grown in cost at three times the rate of state revenues. All the sudden it’s all about the poor people increasingly going to the emergency room for service. And, let it be noted …
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