Saturday, January 25, 2020
U.S. Sen, Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is leading the charge on Capitol Hill, calling for the U.S. to impose sanctions on groups that use human shields including Hamas, Hezbollah, Al Qaeda and ISIS.
While it is true that overall union membership has declined in recent decades, public-sector unions have grown though they have stabilized in recent years.
On Tuesday, “Larry Sabato’s Crystal Ball” shifted its look at two races in Florida, downgrading U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan’s R-Fla., chances and improving U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist’s, D-Fla., odds of winning a second term. 
With the red snapper population on the rise, the federal government has offered limited seasons for recreational and commercial fishing.
Last week, a Florida political group called United Conservatives launched a political attack against against former Judge Ashley Moody who is running for the Republican nomination to replace term limited state Attorney General Pam Bondi. 
Buchanan pointed to the Sunshine State where alligators, Florida panthers and manatee have all been protected by federal laws. 
More than 14 million accounts valued at roughly $2 billion remain to be claimed and are available to claim at any time and at no cost.
Supporters of the legislation were desperate to tell the public that the measure, which ensures that city employees cannot ask about immigration status, did not make Orlando a sanctuary city. 
On Monday, the U.S. House approved a bill giving Americans impacted by international terrorism better access to the judicial system. 
The two senators unveiled the “Eliminating Kickbacks in Recovery Act" on Thursday which they insist will “prohibit patient brokering by punishing unscrupulous actors that prey on patients seeking treatment in order to exploit the patient’s insurance.”