Monday, March 1, 2021
The average gallon of gas in Florida cost $2.61 on Sunday, the same as the start of last week. That is below the national average of $2.72 a gallon. 
Back in September, Scott and U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., introduced the “Fly Safe and Healthy Act” which would have temperature checks as part of Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screenings.
The assessment indicates that the state’s labor market is facing complex challenges – compounded by the steep decline in tourism – with varying effects across different industries, regions and income levels.
On Sunday, the average gallon of gas in Florida cost $2.61, up from $2.45 a gallon at the start of last week. The national average jumped from $2.51 a gallon at the start of last week to $2.63 a gallon on Sunday.
The three members of Congress announced that Orlando International Airport (MCO) is getting more than $41.5 million and Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) will get more than $5.5 million from the FAA.
AAA released a report on Sunday showing the week began with the average gallon of gas costing $2.46 in Florida, down from $2.48 at the start of last week. Across the nation, the average gallon of gas cost $2.51 on Sunday.
AAA released the report on Sunday which shed some light on the continued price increase at the pumps even as gas is more expensive in Florida than across the nation as the national average stood at $2.48 a gallon to start the week.
Brodeur’s bill would require the state to study just how much sediment is in the river and its effect on its overall health.
This announcement was applauded by Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nunez, Space Florida President and CEO Frank DiBello, NASA, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Sec. Kevin Thibault as well as space industry partners at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. This grant agreement will be used to enhance the connectivity and mobility of Florida’s Space Coast.
U.S. Rep. Sam Graves, R-Mo., the lead Republicans on the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, named his subcommittee chairs, including Webster, on Monday.