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Florida Delegation Applauds Joe Biden Nominating Bill Nelson to Lead NASA
The White House noted Nelson “served in public office over four decades, first in the state Legislature and U. S. Congress, then as state treasurer” before his three terms in the U.S. Senate. Nelson was first elected in 2000 when he defeated then U.S. Rep. Bill McCollum, R-Fla. After three terms, Nelson lost a close race to then Gov. Rick Scott in 2018.
Lou Holtz: President Trump is Keeping America’s Healthcare Providers Functioning Amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic
The novel coronavirus is a dangerous, deadly disease — particularly for older people who already have pre-existing health conditions, such as my wife whose medications alone cost $7,000 each and every month.
Frederica Wilson Announces Almost $7.8 Million in HHS Grants to Help Healthcare Centers Deal...
The funds are part of the $2.2 trillion stimulus package approved by the White House and Congress at the end of last month.
Coronavirus Stimulus Funds Headed to Florida to Help Health Centers
Members of the Florida delegation on Capitol Hill announced this week that funds from the $2.2 trillion stimulus package approved by Congress and the White House at the end of last month are coming to the Sunshine State.
Donna Shalala Talked Up as Joe Biden’s Running Mate by New York Times Columnist
Now another Democrat from the Sunshine State is being mentioned as Biden’s possible understudy: U.S. Rep. Donna Shalala, D-Fla.
Florida’s Senators Try to Help Small Businesses With Coronavirus Stimulus Loans
With Congress and the White House agreeing on a $2.2 trillion stimulus package to help the economy through the coronavirus crisis, Florida’s senators are focused on the $377 billion included in it for small businesses.
Ross Spano Calls on Ron DeSantis to Move Florida Business Tax Deadline
With the federal government extending the deadline for Americans to file their taxes, U.S. Rep. Ross Spano, R-Fla., is urging Gov. Ron DeSantis to do the same for businesses in the Sunshine State.
Carlos Trujillo Nominated to Serve as Assistant Secretary for the Western Hemisphere
An attorney from South Florida, Trujillo first ran for the state House back in 2010 in a seat representing parts of Miami-Dade County. The White House announced Trujillo was nominated for the OAS position back in 2017 and he resigned from the Florida House in 2018 after being confirmed to the post on a voice vote.
Donna Shalala in the National Spotlight With Coronavirus on Center Stage
While she took aim at the Trump administration on the matter, Shalala also called out some of her fellow Democrats.