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Marine scientist wants action on climate change
Laura Geselbracht, 59, of Fort Lauderdale, is a marine scientist with The Nature Conservancy. "We have to act," on climate change, she says.
Florida’s ‘existential’ decision about climate
“We have to be leaders, since we’re some of the most vulnerable people here in our country to climate change and sea level rise."Florida Voices
Wages, health care are top issues for Navy vet
"I think it is necessary for Joe Plumber or Joetta Plumber to be able to live off of what she makes."Florida Voices
Clean energy is a ‘moral obligation’ in Florida
网上体育投注官网 Sean Fell saw the devastation of Deepwater Horizon firsthand.Florida Voices
Red tide on all coasts makes for fed up voters
网上体育投注官网 With red tide confirmed on Florida's east coast, the state is experiencing a full-peninsula environmental assault.Florida Voices
Same-sex couple ponders future of marriage rights
网上体育投注官网 “When you don’t have rights, and they’ve been awarded to you, I think you’ll move mountains to make sure those rights aren’t taken away."Florida Voices
Pensacola oyster farmer helps clean environment
网上体育投注官网 Donnie McMahon, 64, of Pensacola, started Pensacola Bay Oyster Co. following environmental tragedies.
Wanted: Balanced candidates in Florida election
This 29-year-old mother of two is taking the long view as Florida prepares to elect a new governor. Will candidates do the same?Florida Voices
Citrus business must pivot after Putnam’s loss
With concerns about both winners of Florida's gubernatorial primary, citrus executive Dan Richey reflects on how the industry will pivot.Florida Voices
Vero Beach citrus packer not quitting
网上体育投注官网 Dan Richey, 60, of Vero Beach, president and CEO of Riverfront Packing Company, talks about the changing citrus industry in Indian River County.
Will Puerto Rican voters turn Florida blue?
A year after Hurricanes Maria and Irma ravaged the island, Ricardo Skerrett thinks new arrivals will create more political balance in Florida.Florida Voices
A small Florida farmer fights to stay relevant
“Do we really want to export all our farm production to foreign countries?"Florida Voices
Stetson professor combats climate change
网上体育投注官网 Stetson University professor Jason Evans, 42, works with the city of Satellite Beach monitoring stormwater sewers.
Graduating at 56, she sees potential in Florida’s diversity
网上体育投注官网 “I don’t believe party should come before the principles that we have."Florida Voices
‘Dreamer’ from Mexico hopes for future in U.S.
When people say, "Hey you, DACA kid, you shouldn’t be here." I say, "Let’s talk about that."Florida Voices
Mental health is a mission for retired FSU cop
“Give everybody a gun; that’s not the answer. Or take all the guns away; that’s not the answer either."Florida Voices
Dirty water forces former fishing guide to move
网上体育投注官网 Marcia Foosaner fished the Indian River Lagoon for three decades. Now she doesn't even want to look at it.Florida Voices
I’m an immigrant, and I vote ‘pro-veteran’
网上体育投注官网 A Latina who served in the Army wants better health care for veterans and prevention of military sexual trauma.Florida Voices
The ‘next Silicon Valley’ will be in Florida
A millennial entrepreneur sees great potential in the tech scene around the Kennedy Space Center.Florida Voices
Teaching is ‘who I am’ | Florida Voices
网上体育投注官网 “No teacher’s striking to cripple a system or make some crazy six-figure salary."Florida Voices
Titusville teacher talks Parkland shooting, pay
Jonathan Hilliard, a fourth-grade teacher at Apollo Elementary School in Titusville, talks election issues for Florida Voices.
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Florida Voices is a statewide project from USA TODAY Network-Florida focusing on what issues matter most to Floridians as we focus on electing a new governor.Florida Voices
How to join the Florida Voices conversation
Florida Voices is a project from the USA TODAY Network-Florida that spotlights the issues that matter most to Floridians as the 2018 election approaches.Florida Voices
Florida Voices: We’re listening. Are candidates?
We want you to help us draw the road map for our coverage of the 2018 election in Florida.Florida Voices