Central Florida Prosecutor Offers Insights on the George Floyd Case

Noting that former officer Derek Chauvin was first charged with third-degree murder, Williams called it “a floor” for the charges he could face. Those charges have been upgraded to include second-degree murder.

Ashley Moody Takes Action Against Two Florida Vaping Companies Marketing to...

In October, Moody launched an investigation into 21 companies selling vaping products in Florida and using marketing tactics that appear to target minors.
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Ron DeSantis: FEMA Sending $252 Million to Florida to Reimburse Coronavirus...

DeSantis said FEMA will cover 75 percent of the state’s expenses from March 13 through the end of April, covering $251,901,828 of the total $335,869,104. March 13 was the day when President Donald Trump declared the coronavirus pandemic to be a national emergency.
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Marco Rubio Showcases Main Street Perspectives on COVID-19’s Impact on Small...

On Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., the chairman of the U.S. Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee, convened a hearing titled, “Perspectives from Main Street: COVID-19’s Impact on Small Business.”

Greg Steube Opens New Office in Lake Placid

A year and a half into his first term in Congress, Steube also has offices in Venice, Punta Gorda, and Sebring. He weighed in on why he set up the Lake Placid office which is located at 1069 US 27 North.

FHCA: Florida Long Term Care COVID-19 Response Significantly Better than National...

A new report from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) shows that Florida is well below the national average in the per-capita number of nursing home cases and deaths among both nursing homes residents and staff. Even though it is the nation's third most populous state with one of the highest shares of at-risk older residents, Florida does not fall within the 10 highest states for total cases among nursing home residents.