11/25/15: Pharmacy Fraud; EnerBurn; Speakeasy Night For The Jacksonville Symphony

Nov 25, 2015

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in this region has accepted more than $30 million from several Jacksonville compounding pharmacies, to settle allegations they engaged in kickbacks and fraud while selling unnecessary drugs to active military personnel. Jason Mehta, Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Florida, joins us with more.

In this week's edition of our Going Green segment, we speak with retired Navy officer Gordon Lewis about the new fuel technology EnerBurn.

And we preview the upcoming Speakeasy at Three Layers Cafe event benefiting the Jacksonville Symphony with Three Layers owner Chevie Green and TVJax host Jim Alibiso.

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