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Florida Dominates the Rankings in Most Affordable Cities for Home Improvement

According to a new report, the Sunshine State is the most affordable state to renovate your home. To mark National Home Improvement Month, Lawn Love ranked 2022’s most expensive cities for home improvement. Six of the...

Six of the ‘Most Sinful Cities in America’ Are in Florida, New Report Finds

This month, personal finance website Wallet Hub released a report on America’s most “sinful cities” and six of them are in Florida. The report compared 182 cities and used 37 key indicators of “evil deeds”...

FEMA Sending Almost $1.3 Million to Help Tallahassee Recover From Hurricane Michael”

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced this week that it has approved an additional $1,289,869 for the State of Florida to reimburse the city of Tallahassee for management costs following Hurricane Michael, bringing...
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FEMA Sending Almost $12 Million to Tallahassee, Big Bend for Hurricane Michael Recovery

Gadsden District Schools is receiving $1,404,477 and Tallahassee is receiving $10,561,390.
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John Morgan Looks Back at 2020 Elections, Looks Ahead to 2022 and Marijuana Legalization

Despite getting Amendment 2 over the finish line with more than 60 percent of the vote, Morgan, who also led the charge on amendments expanding medical marijuana, said this is his last effort to change the Florida Constitution at the ballot box. 

DMS Launches Pilot Electric Vehicle Charging Station at the Florida Capitol

Last week, the Florida Department of Management Services (DMS) activated the first publicly-available electric vehicle (EV) charging station pilot at the Florida Capitol, providing EV drivers with a new, no-cost charging solution while visiting the Capitol Complex area. 

Neal Dunn: Amazon Should Look to Panama City, Tallahassee for HQ2 Location

Dunn wrote Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos on the matter on Friday, noting that “Amazon’s HQ2 will bring 25,000 jobs and economic opportunity to a new city” and hoping Florida can benefit from New York’s loss.