Fla. cancer coverage bill gains support
A bill that would grant firefighters cancer coverage is being fast-tracked to clear the legislature this year
Fla. House will hear firefighters' cancer bill after public pressure
The legislation would require local governments to provide full coverage for cancer to firefighters, including disability and death benefits
Fate of Julian fire department in limbo as court hearing delayed
“They’ve turned off dispatch,” said district director and volunteer firefighter Brian Kramer. “They’re not dispatching us, but we’re there and ready to answer a call if any come in"
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