Tuesday, June 18, 2019
USF beat out more than 50 applicants across the nation for the funds which will be used for “advancing research and education programs that address the nation’s critical transportation challenges.”
U.S. Rep. Brian Mast, R-Fla., has been pushing for this funding for more than a year.
On Thursday, several Republicans in the U.S. Senate, including U.S. Sens. Marco Rubio and Rick Scott, sent a letter to Stephen Ubl, the president and CEO of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), asking that they provide...
It is hard to fathom the horror those brave men faced that morning and throughout the day. Or the immense pressure General Dwight Eisenhower felt making the final decision to proceed with the invasion that had been planned so meticulously.
JFK is, of course, a Democratic icon but he wasn’t exactly a liberal on several fronts, ranging from taxes to foreign policy. While many members of the Cuban community in South Florida still haven’t forgiven JFK for not going all out during the Bay of Pigs operation, DeSantis would be wise to take a few pages out of the 35th president’s playbook.
Corcoran scored some wins during the 2019 legislative session, including expanded school choice, leading the nation when it comes to higher ed for the third year in a row, eliminating Common Core, finding new ways to gather input on education standards and Florida students scoring well on Advanced Placement (AP) exams.
The I-4 Ultimate project was scheduled to be finished in 2021 with two toll lanes running in each direction down the center of the interstate from Kirkman Road south of Orlando to the Longwood rest area in Seminole County. That project is now reportedly at least nine months behind schedule.
While he represents a fairly secure district for Democrats, Lawson hasn’t had the easiest path to Congress despite having been on the Florida political stage for almost four decades.
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.
U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., got a briefing from the intelligence community after the announcement was made about what happened--and she thinks the public deserves the exact same courtesy.