“Vice President Pence looks forward to returning to Florida to launch the ‘Latinos for Trump’ coalition – a national effort to mobilize Latino supporters of President Trump,” said Hannah Castillo, Trump’s director of coalitions.
Soto is one of the co-chairmen of the Congressional Blockchain Caucus which defines itself as a “bipartisan group that promotes the future of Blockchain technology and shapes the role Congress plays in its development.” Now in his second term on Capitol Hill, Soto cheered the news on Tuesday.
The Florida Ports Council released “Pathway to Prosperity: The 2019-2023 Five-Year Florida Seaport Mission Plan" which was prepared by the Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic Development (FSTED) Council.
Jenkins said that drivers in the Sunshine State should continue to see lower prices in the coming weeks, including a slight drop in the prices at the pumps this week.
Speaking to the Florida Radio Network, Bill Herrle, the NFIB’s executive director for Florida, says the problem is so bad in Florida that “it’s cost the state around 126,139 jobs and $614.8 million in annual state revenues.
“Small business optimism eclipsed pre-shutdown levels, increasing 1.5 points to 105.0 in May, according to the latest figures from NFIB, the nation's leading small business advocacy organization. Six components in the Small Business Optimism Index improved, three were unchanged, and one dipped,” the NFIB noted on Tuesday.
Soto is one of the co-chairmen of the Congressional Blockchain Caucus which defines itself as a “bipartisan group that promotes the future of blockchain technology and shapes the role Congress plays in its development.”
According to the Florida Department of Health’s 2018 Physician Workforce Annual Report, approximately 16.6 percent of Florida’s physicians reported that they were planning to retire within the next five years.
Mexico’s passive cooperation in allowing this mass incursion constitutes an emergency and extraordinary threat to the national security and economy of the United States. Mexico has very strong immigration laws and could easily halt the illegal flow of migrants, including by returning them to their home countries.
The two senators wrote U.S. Commerce Sec. Wilbur Ross on the matter on Wednesday.