Erin Clark is a Florida reporter for A graduate of the University of Richmond, Clark competed on the professional tennis circuit for several years before returning to writing. Her work has been republished in national and state publications, including the Apopka Voice, Bradenton Herald, Saint Peters Blog, Florida Politics, Sunshine State News, and Townhall. Erin is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors and the Florida Press Association.

Florida TaxWatch: School choice options a better bargain for state

By   /  March 17, 2017  /  Education, Florida, News, State Government  /  No Comments

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Florida TaxWatch finds Florida spends more than it says on schools- but not on charters.

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Eyeball wars reopen in Florida legislature

By   /  March 16, 2017  /  Florida, Health Care, News, Regulations, State Government  /  No Comments

A proposal that would expand access to eyecare for patients has practitioners at odds.

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South Florida NPR station staves off takeover by school board

By   /  March 14, 2017  /  Accountability, Education, Federal government, Florida, News  /  No Comments

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A long-term partnership between Miami-Dade schools and the local NPR affiliate has been rocked by missteps on both sides.

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Medical marijuana expansion would be limited under new proposal

By   /  March 10, 2017  /  Florida, Health Care, News, Regulations, State Government, Taxes  /  No Comments

Florida’s Amendment 2 voters are likely to be unhappy with a new bill House Majority Leader Ray Rodrigues.

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Florida among several states confronting drug formulary questions

By   /  March 8, 2017  /  Florida, Health Care, Legislature, News, Regulations  /  No Comments

Outrage about drug prices directed at pharmaceutical companies is often misplaced. PBMs should be getting more attention.

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Q&A: Basis.ed CEO Bezanson on Florida’s charter outlook

By   /  March 6, 2017  /  Education, Florida, News, State Government  /  No Comments

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BASIS.ed CEO Peter Bezanson says the Sunshine State’s charter environment just needs a few tweaks.

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