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AARP Florida: Voters age 50+ split on presidential race, leaning toward Trump

The nonpartisan AARP Florida, representing Floridians age 50 and older, announced Thursday that its survey of likely Florida voters of all ages is nearly...

Despite COVID-19, 2.2 million kids in the Class of 2020 took the SAT exam...

Average scores on the SAT college entrance exam dropped for the graduating Class of 2020, across the country and in Florida, the New York-based...

In six months, COVID-19 has caused more than 12,000 deaths and 650,000 infections in...

On March 1, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced two coronavirus cases in Florida, one in Hillsborough County and the other in Manatee. At the time,...

Senate GOP emergency relief plan leaves out direct aid to states

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans unveiled their latest coronavirus relief proposal Tuesday but were met with swift objections from Democrats.The GOP plan failed to include...

FL’s jobless still waiting for new $300 federal supplement; work-search waiver extended

Update: At 5:46 p.m. Tuesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis' office announced that "eligible Floridians should anticipate receiving benefits from the LWA program this week."...

Gov. DeSantis demands counties provide granular details of their responses to COVID-19

Gov. Ron DeSantis has written to officials in Florida’s 67 counties requesting details of all actions they’ve taken in response to COVID-19.The governor announced...

FL releases more federal housing aid to local governments

Renters and homeowners struggling to pay for housing may qualify for more help from the state following release Friday of $45 million for pandemic...

Health professionals, national economists urge DeSantis to ‘start over’ to control COVID-19

As the coronavirus death toll in Florida approaches 12,000, and the national death toll climbs above 186,000, the federation of Public Interest Research Groups,...
Mary Mayhew

Mary Mayhew, FL’s top hospital regulator, is leaving to run the Florida Hospital Association

Mary Mayhew, who as chief of the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration regulates hospitals and helped oversee state government’s response to COVID-19, is...
Florida Supreme Court

Amid Bar Exam glitches, Florida Supreme Court says no to letting young lawyers practice...

The Florida Supreme Court has rejected a petition to let law school graduates enter practice based on their educational credentials alone in light of...

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