In The News Today – December 23, 2015

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WPLG: Tires stolen from SUV at Jackson Memorial Hospital garage

MIAMI – A Jackson Memorial Hospital nurse is worried for her safety after arriving to work Tuesday morning to find a beige SUV up on blocks and missing all four wheels.

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LA Times: SpaceX landing hailed as giant leap for space travel

When Elon Musk‘s SpaceX rocket nailed its historic landing at Florida’s  on Monday night and the enormous dust cloud settled, it was more than an engineering feat hailed around the world.

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Bloomberg: Where America Is Moving

The U.S. Census Bureau’s population estimates for 2015 are out this morning. The headline findings are that North Carolina’s population passed 10 million and Florida added more people than California for the first year in almost a decade.

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The Star:  New York City will offer its employees a generous benefit most companies in America do not

Come January 1, New York City will add 20,000 city employees to that list of lucky few  who can take time to care for a new child without the worry of financial chaos.

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Palm Coast Observer: Delivery status: Early. Deputies help deliver baby at home 

Palm Coast residents Brittany and Jason Bowser didn’t plan to have their second child delivered at home by first responders, but when their son decided to arrive a few weeks early, that’s exactly what happened.

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Miami Herald: New York City unveils new rules on gender discrimination

New York — Restaurant owners can’t require ties for male diners only. Gyms can’t tell clients which locker room to use. And in most cases, an employer can’t put “John” on a worker’s ID if she prefers “Jane.”

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KTRK: WOMAN DIES AFTER POLICE FORCIBLY REMOVE HER FROM FLORIDA HOSPITAL

BLOUNTSTOWN, FL –A woman who refused to leave a hospital when doctors discharged her died after she was forcibly removed by police, authorities said Tuesday.

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WJXT: Florida population tops 20 million

The Sunshine State, adding more than 1,000 people a day, is nearly up a half-million people on New York, which it surpassed a year ago to become the third most-populous state, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates released Tuesday.

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FCN: Visitors flocking to Florida for the holidays

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A lot of folks are heading down to Florida to capitalize on the good weather.

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Miami Herald: Virginia to no longer recognize Florida concealed weapons permits

Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam blasted a decision by the state of Virginia on Tuesday to no longer recognize concealed weapons permits from Florida and 24 other states.

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SPB: This holiday season is brought to you by these Florida lobbyists and political associations

For now, we take note of and memorialize the people who again will animate the Capitol and the campaign trail after taking time off this month, whether to celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or any another winter holiday. After all, it’s about the organizations and individuals who comprise them that keep the political wheels turning behind the scenes to ensure we keep the holiday spirit alive year after year.

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WJXT: Actions taken to stop Florida travel scams

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Actions taken to stop travel companies in Florida accused of deceiving consumers were announced Tuesday by Attorney General Pam Bondi and Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam.

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