Thursday, March 21, 2019
“Florida suspended 1.7 million licenses in the last year alone, impacting nearly 10 percent of the state’s driving population,” JMI noted. “With the necessity of a driver’s license for employment application and work, these suspension practices are limiting job opportunities for citizens who commit one of 16 offenses like illegal firearm possession, drug possession, and giving alcohol to a minor."
Video Courtesy of Daytona News Journal Jared Coburn, 37 of Lake Helen, Florida was arrested and charged with manufacturing an explosive device after deputies found a stockpile of bomb making paraphernalia and a chemical volatile enough to destroy several homes....
South Daytona Police Captain Mark Cheatham said four bullet holes were found by party members when they arrived at the headquarters on Nova Road on Monday morning.
Unfortunately, the ways in which repairs are carried out are proving to be one of the leading causes of rising insurance costs in the state. 
The storm is expected to strengthen before possibly making landfall Wednesday in Florida’s Panhandle. Florida’s price gouging law applies to sales within counties covered by the declared state of emergency.
“A recent report suggests almost half of US cellphone calls will be scams by next year,” Patronis said. “This is a shocking trend and proves these scam artists will stop at nothing to steal your money or even your identity.”
Soto announced at the end of last week that the funds for Bridging the Information Development Gap (BRIDG), a non-profit private-public partnership. According to the congressman’s office, the funds will be used to “establish a Microelectronics Cybersecurity Center and to develop trusted microelectronic devices in a secure environment to support the Department of Defense.”
According to the CFO’s office, the materials focus on “mental health awareness, prevention, mitigation, and treatment for first responder employers such as local police or fire departments.”
Credit card debt is rising fast with Floridians, the Jacksonville Landing shooting could lead to lawsuits and women-owned business rapidly growing in Florida.
While the Coach Aaron Feis Guardian Program was authorized to have $67 million for law enforcement to set up guardian programs with school districts, only $9 million of that had been used.