Thursday, October 17, 2019
Florida’s two senators are leading the charge on Capitol Hill to ensure the federal government doesn’t buy drones from countries considered national security threats--including China and Iran. This week, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., unveiled the “American Security Drone Act”...
According to the congressman’s office, his proposal amends last year’s Harmful Algal Bloom and Hypoxia Research and Control Act.
The setup of our government and the U.S. Constitution should not be taken for granted. It was the result of compromise.
Rutherford’s proposal would reauthorize the 2001 Secure Our Schools program and send $50 million to schools around the nation for school safety. 
On Wednesday, Mast unveiled his latest proposal, providing federal funds to communities fighting against algal blooms and ensuring that a federal program built to combat them will not expire.
Diaz-Balart announced the federal funds coming to South Florida at the end of last week.
Those funds represent 90 percent of the $2.15 million used to clean up debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma a year ago. 
On Monday, continuing his challenge to U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., Republican Gov. Rick Scott unveiled the endorsements of almost 50 Puerto Rican officials including U.S. Rep. Jenniffer González-Colón, R-PR, former Gov. Luis Fortuño and Lt. Gov. Luis Rivera Marin.
Pam Bondi goes on the offensive about Bill Nelson and Andrew Gillum, Amendment 4 on restoring voting rights to felons is top issue on Florida talk radio, and don't forget the independent voters in Florida.
Kasich has kept up a drumbeat of criticism against Trump which picked up after the midterm elections.