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Beto O’Rourke Could Be a Contender in 2020, Andrew Gillum Not...

For the moment, O’Rourke looks headed to Iowa as his 2020 plans begin to develop. Gillum might enjoy a little buzz but, if he runs for president, he will be exposed as a pretender instead of a contender. 

Florida Polytechnic University Looks to Cut Down on Drowsy Driving

Last week, Florida Polytechnic University released research from their faculty and students as they focus on “detecting and preventing the growing problem of drowsy and distracted driving, one of the main causes of car accidents and fatalities on the roads.”

Federal Government Sending Funds to Help Transportation Projects in Jacksonville

From his perch on the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., worked with Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry to steer the money to Northeast Florida. 

Linda Stewart Wants to End Statute of Limitations in Rape Cases...

If Stewart is able to get her bill across the finish line, it will take effect at the start of July. 

The Khashoggi Affair: If MBS Is Guilty…

What if this charismatic leader of an Islamic monarchy with a strict system of Sharia-based laws is guilty? What if MBS, who rules a country in which hands are cut off for shoplifting, in which a Muslim can be killed for abandoning Islam, and in which husbands are routinely allowed to hit their wives, is found guilty of ordering the Khashoggi execution?

Rick Scott Gives State Employees Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve Off

Scott’s office praised state employee for their “hard work throughout the year, including the response and recovery from Hurricane Michael and for helping “support the incredible turnaround in Florida’s economy.