In the heart of his speech, the former president touched on “Trumpism” and what it means. The definition is a roadmap for Republicans trying to win over the voters Trump brought over to the GOP.
The firebrand legislator is in her second term representing much of central Orlando and she plans to push bills that will limit funds corporations can get from taxpayers.
“Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind,” the governor told a joint session of the Florida Legislature while talking about what has happened in the lockdown states. “While so many other states kept locking people down, Florida lifted people up.”
DIS President Chip Wile talked with Florida Daily on whether or not things can ever return to normal, especially as it relates to whether races in February will be confined to one week or two.
Both of Florida’s U.S. senators---Republicans Marco Rubio and Rick Scott--have lined up to oppose President Joe Biden’s proposed corporate tax rate increase.
After years of carefully crafting her image as someone willing to work across the aisle, U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., is starting to go on at the attack against Republicans as buzz builds that she will challenge U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., in 2022.
The Orlando Magic were part of one of the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) biggest stories last year when their playoff game was canceled thanks to Milwaukee Bucks protesting over the shooting of Jacob Blake by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Both senators agreed that China unleashed COVID-19 on the world, despite a recent statement from the head of the WHO mission to China to study the matter who said it is “extremely unlikely” the virus leaked from a lab in Wuhan.
Leaders of the industry, like Roger Dow, the CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, are trying to stay positive despite the bad news.
Brodeur’s bill would require the state to study just how much sediment is in the river and its effect on its overall health.
Florida’s junior senator is blasting what is being proposed by the president and U.S. House leadership as too much.
The tiff started when White House spokesperson Jen Psaki singled out Florida as a place that had plenty of vaccines. DeSantis defended the state by explaining that what Florida has in stock are second doses already promised to seniors and that his administration would not renege on that promise for the booster shot.