Estimates hold that PEPFAR initiative has helped more than 14 million people across the world.
When he introduced the proposal on Tuesday, Mast compared open burn pits and toxins to Agent Orange.
Modeling her proposal off of Ros-Lehtinen’s and U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter’s, R-Col., “Deferment for Active Cancer Treatment Act,” U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum, D-Minn., was able to include a provision allowing the deferments as part of the minibus.
With the Legislature ready to kickoff its regular session in March, the James Madison Institute (JMI), a public policy group based in Tallahassee advocating for free market solutions, released its legislative priorities.
The bill sends more than $56 million to the Office of Minority Health including $2 million for the National Health Education Lupus Program. The bill also send $6.5 million to the Center for Disease Control’s National Lupus Patient Registry.
First elected to Congress in 2012 after a long career in Florida politics including leading Democrats in the state House and serving two terms as mayor of West Palm Beach, U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel, D-Fla., is one of the leaders of the Democratic Women’s Working Group (DWWG) and she is using that position to take aim at the Trump administration.
U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, D-Fla., has teamed up with U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-NY, to bring back the “Veteran Treatment Court Coordination Act" which “would enhance state and local veteran treatment court programs that support the unique needs of veterans who find themselves in the criminal justice system.”
The animal was tested as part of APHIS’s routine surveillance of cattle that are deemed unsuitable for slaughter. APHIS and Florida veterinary officials are gathering more information on the case.
On the whole, Scott did what he said would do and helped Florida’s economy bounce back after the Great Recession. This is one of the reasons why Scott is one of only a handful of Florida governors who moved on the Senate--something that plenty of governors failed to do over the past 173 years.
Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum talked extensively during the primary about the possibility of doing a healthcare confederacy to offer Medicaid for all citizens. Now as the Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Florida, Gillum has recently backed off that plan when speaking with Florida Daily.