We cannot even imagine

Op-Ed by Ralph Massullo |  Citrus County Chronicle As a parent of four children, I have received phone calls that have literally brought me to my knees regarding unfortunate incidences in their lives, but I could not even begin to imagine what a parent might think or...

Massullo looks for funding help

By: Mike Wright | Citrus County Chronicle Citrus County projects on the chopping block Some of Citrus County’s biggest legislative priority projects are on the chopping block unless legislative leaders include them in the state budget. State Rep. Ralph Massullo sent...

A unique gift: industrial hemp

By Ralph Massullo, MD | Citrus County Chronicle All of us like to give and receive gifts, particularly this time of the year. Occasionally we’ll receive that unique gift that we just don’t quite know how we may make good use of it. It could be an odd oversized sweater...

State lawmakers weigh a matter of time

By: Michael Bates | Citrus County Chronicle Many folks hate having to turn their clocks back each November because it gets dark way too early. They instead would love to see a continuation of daylight saving time. State Rep. Jeanette Nunez, R-Miami, agrees and has...

State representative outlines hopes

By: Carly Zervis | Citrus County Chronicle As 2017 comes to a close, state legislators, lobbyists and staff flee Tallahassee to spend the holidays at home — a last burst of relaxation before the 2018 legislative session begins on Jan. 9. Florida’s 60-day session,...

Despite extra time, beware health plan ‘bait and switch’ | Opinion

By: Karen Basha Egozi | Sun Sentinel For most of the country, Affordable Care Act open enrollment ended Dec. 15. Due to a damaging hurricane season, Florida residents have until Dec. 31 to sign up for health coverage in 2018. For Florida families, that’s extra time...