Americans Think They’re Doing Well Financially, Optimistic About 2019

Gallup found that Americans are far more optimistic about their financial situations now than they have been in a decade and a half. 
Rick Scott

Rick Scott: Time to End Congressional Pensions and Have Term Limits

Scott joined with U.S. Sen. Mike Braun, R-Ind., to unveil the “End Pensions in Congress (EPIC) Act” on Tuesday. 

Peter Rosenberger: A Valentine for a Caregiver

February 14 becomes just another day when bent under the grief of caring for an impaired loved one. Yet that same day can signify a milestone in any relationship when a supporting partner pushes past the stereotypes and steps into a level of love that many desire, but few have the courage to offer—or receive.
Economic Freedom

Florida Rules When it Comes to Economic Freedom

The “U.S. Metropolitan Area Economic Freedom Index” uses nine different measures of state and local government policies across three broad areas (taxes, spending, and labor market restrictions) to produce an overall score for each of the nation’s 382 large metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs).
Stephanie Murphy

Stephanie Murphy: Congress Should Keep Doing its Job if There’s Another...

U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy teamed up with U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Penn., a frequent legislative ally, to bring out the “Keep Congress Working Act” which  “would require Congress to remain in session and work if the government is shut down.”
Jenna Persons

Jenna Persons Kicks Off State House Bid in Lee County With...

Persons announced on Tuesday that she will launch her bid on Feb. 25 with the support of state Sen. Lizbeth Benaquisto, R-Fort Myers, state House Majority Leader Dane Eagle, R-Cape Coral, and state Rep. Raymond Rodriguez, R-Estero.