Wednesday, May 12, 2021
As the pandemic and resulting economic crises deepen, enrollment in Florida’s Medicaid Program is increasing. More than four million Floridians now rely on Medicaid for health coverage, creating more opportunity for criminals to exploit the government benefit to steal taxpayer money.
This week, DeSantis assembled government leaders, health care providers and the private sector in an effort to showcase the kind of help that is needed.
Scott, who is in self-quarantine after meeting with the president of Brazil and members of his staff who tested positive for coronavirus, appeared on Fox News on Monday to weigh in on his ideas.
On Monday, Florida First Lady Casey DeSantis was on the First Coast to continue her fight against opioid abuse and work on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS). As part of her Hope for Healing Florida initiative, DeSantis toured UF Health Jacksonville’s...
If this socialist, who looks headed to Congress, has her way, we will see growth sink back to 2 percent annually so revenues to the government will go down, not up as her model-building Nobel prize winning economist would suggest.
This week, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) launched the state’s online Hemp Cultivation Licensing Portal, allowing interested growers to apply for licenses. The portal’s user-friendly interface provides applicants with a checklist of recommended steps to allow for a quick and easy application process.
Scott’s bill “requires a thorough national security evaluation and clearance by the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of State, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation of all Chinese student visa holders taking part in activities related to COVID-19 vaccine research.”
The governor’s office outlined the achievements in areas Nuñez oversees.
U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, D-Fla., showcased his proposed “Vaccines for Veterans Act” this week, hoping to expand the number of veterans who can receive the COVID-19 vaccine from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
A congressman from the First Coast is championing a proposal to offer disaster unemployment assistance to Americans unable to work due to coronavirus.