New Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis came to power thanks in part to President Donald Trump and now U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., and he showed no inclination of breaking ranks with his fellow Republicans on some core issues when he started his service in Tallahassee on Tuesday. 
Florida cities are poised for job growth in 2019, Florida becomes the hot real estate market for millennials, and delinquency on home loans are going down.
Scott, who sits on the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, doubled down on his pursuit of answers this week.
On Wednesday, the Education and Labor Committee held a hearing on “The Cost of College: Student-Centered Reforms to Bring Higher Education Within Reach”  and Wilson noted that the timing of the scandal was “ironic.”