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|Florida Chamber of Commerce "Get Out the Vote" Video|
|Tuesday, October 18, 2016|
|New Rethink Homelessness Video|
|Friday, June 3, 2016|
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New Video Highlights Florida's Education System
|Thursday, June 2, 2016|
With half of today's occupations expected to be obsolete by 2030, Florida must focus on turning today's learners into tomorrow’s earners. The Florida Chamber’s non-partisan employer-to-employee program FloridaWins.org is leading the charge on making sure employees have important information on issues that matter to Florida families, job creators and to our state’s economic success.
|2015 Central Florida Legislative Delegation|
|Monday, January 5, 2015|
In welcoming the Central Florida Legislative Delegation. Jacob V. Stuart, President of the Central Florida Partnership, also acknowledged the numerous elected officials in attendance along with the invited guests.
|Central Florida Regional Leadership Forum|
Working Together to End Chronic Homelessness
|Thursday, September 18, 2014|
|Whether we know it or not, we are all touched each and every day by homelessness in our community which poses questions about our moral responsibility and its economic impact. The first step we must take as a region is to acknowledge that homelessness is alive and well in Central Florida.|
|Week Nine Legislative Video Update|
|Friday, May 16, 2014|
|This week's final Tallahassee legislative update comes from several Central Florida Legislative Delegation members, who provide a wrap up on the 2014 session.
Each week, Orlando, Inc. has showcased members of our Central Florida Legislative Delegation, reporting on the work of our representatives in Tallahassee. For an archive of previous week reports and|
|Week Eight Legislative Video Update|
|Monday, April 28, 2014|
|This week's Tallahassee legislative update come from Representative Tom Goodson (District 50) and Senator Geraldine Thompson, (District 12), who provide updates on the final few weeks of the Legislative Session.
Rep. Goodson reports on a failed bill he filed that would provide protection from inappropriate internet tagging.
Senator Thompson reports on|
|Tallahassee Seventh Week Legilsative Update|
|Monday, April 21, 2014|
|This week's Tallahassee legislative update comes from Senator Darren Soto, (District 14), who provides updates on measures to defeat gaming initiatives for the State of Florida, proposed bills to consolidate expressways authorities, and initiatives to increase and expand the film industry in Florida.
Each week, Orlando, Inc. will showcase a member of our|
|Postcards from Cuba|
|Wednesday, April 16, 2014|
|On Sunday, April 06, 2014, 42 members of the Central Florida community returned from Havana, Cuba, after a five-day "people to people" excursion, which created life-time memories, reconnected some to their culture, history, and family, and sparked a renewed awareness and interest in this Pearl of the Caribbean.|
|Tallahassee Sixth Week Legilsative Update|
|Monday, April 14, 2014|
|This week's Tallahassee legislative updates comes from Representative Eric Eisnaugle (District 44), who recently won a special election to represent district 44, sending him back to Tallahassee just in time to try to make a difference with just a few weeks remaining in the session and Senator Dorothy Hukill (District 8) who reports on a recently passed tax|
|Tallahassee Fifth Week Legislative Update|
|Monday, April 7, 2014|
|Appearing on this week's Tallahassee legislative update are Central Florida Legislative Delegation members Senate President-designate Sen. Andy Gardiner (R-Orlando) and Rep. Larry Metz (R-Groveland).
Sen. Gardiner reports on Senate passage of its budget proposal and making preparations for conferencing with the House on its version. Gardiner also discusses|
|Tallahassee Fourth Week Legislative Update|
|Monday, March 24, 2014|
|This week's Tallahassee legislative update comes from Representative Karen Castor Dentel (District 30), who reports that half way through the session schools, economic development, tourism and support of Central Florida's Modeling, Simulation & Training efforts on top on her agenda.
Each week, Orlando, Inc. will showcase a member of our Central|
|Tallahassee Third Week Legislative Update|
|Monday, March 24, 2014|
|This week's legislative update comes from Senator David Simmons (District 10), who this past week filed Senate Bill 230 that would rename the Orlando-Orange County Expressway System as the "Central Florida Expressway System"; providing for the transfer of governance and control, legal rights and powers, responsibilities, terms, and obligations to the|
|Central Florida Regional Leadership Forums - Advancing Our Regional Transportation Agenda|
|Monday, March 17, 2014|
|Over 150 business and community leaders gathered on Thursday for the first Central Florida Regional Leadership Forum for 2014, presented by the Central Florida Partnership and sponsored by the Orlando Regional REALTOR Association, in partnership with a host of Community Partners.|
|Week Two Tallahassee Legislative Update|
|Monday, March 17, 2014|
|Week two of Florida's Legislative Session was very productive, according to Florida Representative Steve Crisafulli (District 51), who provides an update from the House Floor on this week's work from Tallahassee. Representative Crisafulli reports on bills dealing with efficiency in spending, protecting the children of Florida, and major gathering of Florida|
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