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Barnett Young Leaders Center

The Carol and Barney Barnett Young Leaders Center houses our JMI Internship Program. A diverse group of students gather at the JMI headquarters each semester to assist in all departments ranging from communications and policy, to development and events. Students are introduced to JMI’s mission and principles while gaining valuable knowledge and experience that furthers them in their career pursuits. To apply for the internship program, click here.

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Appeasement on Drug Prices Unaffordable

NEWSMAX January 18, 2019 By: Robert McClure On most issues surrounding the economic policies of this administration, there is a great deal to be positive about. Thinking about the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) alone, the president worked hand in hand with Congress to pass and enact a [...]

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Florida’s elected officials must reject climate change litigation

NEWS-PRESS January 16, 2019 By: Sal Nuzzo As stewards of a multi-sector economy that extends far beyond the state’s sunny beaches, Florida’s elected officials have unique opportunities to lead the nation in adopting strategies to create jobs and avoiding moves that needlessly antagonize businesses. A stark example of what to [...]

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Florida needs more housing but government often gets in the way | Opinion

TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT January 15, 2019 By: Vittorio Nastasi and Adam A. Millsap Florida is the third most populous state in the country and has no problem attracting new residents: From 2010 to 2016, 114,744 new households moved to Florida each year. Unfortunately, only 57,952 housing units were added each year. This [...]

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