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Month: July 2017

Be Careful when a Naked Person Offers Shirt

Be Careful when a Naked Person Offers Shirt

This Fourth  of July, I am reminded about my great-grandfather; Judge Lewis. One hundred sixty years ago, on November 30, 1856, Judge Albert W Lewis was born into a Quaker farming family in Clinton County, Ohio. The family moved to  Saline County, Illinois, during the Civil War, while Albert was still a boy. After a brief career as a school teacher, Albert found his true calling when he was admitted to the practice of law in 1882. His abilities carried him…

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I’m Back

I’m Back

I attended the June 28th 2017 -Broward Health Board meeting.  Last year we said ‘things can’t go on like this’ at Broward Health, and they didn’t, they got worse. After taking a months-long break from writing this blog, hoping in vain for things to naturally get better, Although I missed several recent Board meetings, I have not been entirely absent thanks to the many people (both employees and other attendees) who regularly provide me with the meeting materials and their contemporaneous observations….

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