Florida Agriculture Leaders Testify to ITC About Mexico’s Trade Practices

Farmers in the Sunshine State insist that cheap competition from Mexico is hurting agriculture across Florida, even taking the matter to the International Trade Commission (ITC) this week. 

Marco Rubio Backs Sanctions Against Saudis Connected to Khashoggi Murder

Rubio backed the White House for imposing sanctions on 17 Saudis under the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act this week. Khashoggi, a critic of the Saudi regime, was killed gruesomely when he went into the Saudi embassy in Istanbul last month. 

Floridians Increasingly Going Online for Holiday Shopping

Floridians are increasingly worried about their personal data as they get ready to buy gifts online for the holidays even as more of them use the Internet to shop. 

Lockheed Martin to Add 750 High-Wage Jobs in Orlando

Central Florida's economy received a major boost this week as defense contractor Lockheed Martin announced two major contracts which will add 750 jobs at...

Marco Rubio Goes to Bat for Small Businesses that Have Data...

Rubio teamed up with U.S. Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., to unveil the “Small Business Credit Protection Act" which would make the credit bureaus let small businesses know within 30 days of a data breach. 

FEMA Expands Public Assistance for Counties Hit by Hurricane Michael

There are several critical deadlines looming for Hurricane Michael survivors,” FEMA noted before listing several upcoming deadlines.