“The program will have $25 million to help agricultural producers prepare for the upcoming growing seasons as part of ongoing recovery efforts from Hurricane Michael,” the governor’s office noted.
The bill “would prohibit individuals employed or sponsored by these Chinese military institutions from receiving student or research visas to the United States.”
On Monday, DeSantis and Jamal Sowell, the president and CEO of Enterprise Florida, were in New York to meet with leaders of the technology and financial sectors.
Mark Jenkins, a spokesman for AAA and the Auto Club Group, weighed in on why prices in Florida saw this decline and predicted they will see a slight drop in the coming days.
According to the governor’s office, the new program “can provide up to $500,000 in financing for the following business purposes: inventory purchases, construction or renovation, working capital needs, capital start-up loans, machinery and equipment purchases, equipment financing and more.”
“This is about the wholesale theft of American technology,” Waltz said. “The Chinese are stealing their way to the top."
As of June, Florida had more than 440,000 small businesses across the state which create one of three new jobs.
Rubio paired up with U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Mary., the top Democrat on the committee, to unveil the resolution which was cosponsored by a host of other senators including U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla.
Across the nation, Americans will spend a record high $25 billion on Mother’s Day with the average American spending around $200.
Last week, U.S. Rep. Daniel Webster, R-Fla., showcased his “NIST Creation of Composite Standards Act” which has U.S. Rep. Bill Posey, R-Fla., as a cosponsor. Other backers include U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree, D-Maine, and U.S. Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Calif.