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Efforts to reduce Florida’s relatively high number of new HIV infections could amp up under the state's new surgeon general.
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Federal unemployment compensation ended in Florida in late June. Those checks were on top of state unemployment checks. The theory was that less money in accounts would spur workers back into the labor market. That hasn’t happened.
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