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Ron DeSantis Showcases State Resources for Small Businesses Owned by Veterans
“We continue working to ensure Florida remains the most veteran-friendly state, offering programs that support Florida’s hardworking, well-trained, and skilled veterans who make great contributions toward Florida’s workforce and economy,” said DeSantis on Tuesday. “I encourage all veteran small businesses and entrepreneurs to take advantage of the state resources available to support their growth”
Florida’s Senators Back Ted Cruz’s Proposal to Let Taiwanese Diplomats Fly Their Flag
“These guidelines have restricted U.S. support for Taiwan, by prohibiting both the Department of State and Department of Defense from even posting such symbols on social media,” Cruz’s office noted.
Debbie Mucarsel-Powell: South Florida Can Take Precautions to Lower the Risk of Coronavirus
“The coronavirus represents a serious international health crisis, however, here in South Florida, I have been informed that at this time there is no immediate threat to public health, ” Mucarsel-Powell said on Monday.
Florida Department of State Gets Ready to Host Events Honoring 50th Anniversary of Moon...
The Florida Department of State will host a number of events honoring the moon landing in the coming weeks, kicking them off last week by launching a summer reading program for younger Floridians.
Florida’s Millennials and Puerto Rican Population Might Help Democrats Win in 2020
According to the Florida Department of State, the voter turnout in 2018 for younger voters was up by 15 percent compared to 2014. Voters under 30 moved from 22 percent to 37 percent over those four years.
Counties Hit by Hurricane Michael Can Have Extended Early Voting
Scott issued an executive order on Thursday giving election supervisors “in Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington counties the authority to extend and enhance voting options based on needs and challenges they have identified” with a host of options.