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            • Haiti is the only country in our hemisphere that has not vaccinated a single citizen. For both humanitarian and security reasons, the Biden administration should make sure that some of its promised vaccine doses going to lower- and middle-income countries find their way to Haiti, writes Sheila Cherlifus-McCormick, CEO of a health care company and a candidate for Florida's Congressional District 20 special election.
            • July 1 kicks off National Parks and Recreation Month, and Parkland Mayor Rich Walker writes that parks improve mental health, the environment and property values in encouraging everyone to get outdoors.
            • While there has been a great deal of controversy over building in Palm Beach County's Agricultural Reserve, doctors who wish to open the South Florida Spine & Orthopedic Institute there argue that the county's need for a world-class orthopedic center should outweigh those concerns.
            • As Pride Month comes to a close, the president and CEO of the Museum of Discovery and Science writes about how his organization has made diversity and inclusion a year-round strategy, and how other businesses can follow suit.
            • Pennsylvania high school student Brandi Levy won a significant victory for free speech rights when the Supreme Court upheld her right to free speech over a profanity-laced Snapchat that got her suspended from school. But the court's decision leaves many questions unanswered, writes the director of the University of Georgia School of Law's First Amendment Clinic.
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