• AHCA says more than 20 nursing homes around the state have not responded to the rule requiring emergency generators following nursing home deaths after Hurricane Irma and could now face fines or license revocation.
  • Officials from the state’s first district wide charter school told a House committee they have only received $600,000 dollars of the 11 million state and federal funds they’re entitled to.
  • Florida’s Department of Children and Families Secretary told legislators the program to get disaster food benefits to families affected by Hurricane Irma is a logistical nightmare because so many people are applying.

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