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It’s taking forever for Hurricane Michael disaster aid to reach the wrecked Florida Panhandle

Joel Schubert still sounds burned up about the wait for U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency trailers to reach people left homeless by Hurricane Michael...
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Business boosters say there’s a 34 % chance of recession in Florida’s future

The chances of a recession in Florida have increased to more than 34 percent, notwithstanding declines in the state’s unemployment rate and other positive...

Trump, DeSantis, talking about importing Canadian prescription drugs, but feasibility unclear

The Trump administration wants to “lay the foundation” to begin importing some pharmaceutical drugs from Canada, part of a new law pushed by Gov....

Governor’s travels: Ron DeSantis on the move

Maybe the Florida Department of Law Enforcement should hurry and buy that executive jet for Gov. Ron DeSantis. He’s been flogging the heck out...

FL population will add enough people to fill a new City of Orlando every...

Florida’s highways, schools, beaches, water resources, sewer systems, social services, housing stock, and more will need to absorb more than 300,000 new residents during...

FL financial regulator fired over allegations of sexual harassment

Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Florida Cabinet voted Thursday to fire Ronald Rubin, the state’s main financial regulator, after an inspector general’s report concluded...
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Wouldn’t you love to wipe out your student loan debt?

For college students taking on enormous debt, relief could be on the way for millions of borrowers who have taken out student loans.Legislation filed...

Gov. DeSantis says millions from Volkswagen “dieselgate” emissions scandal to go for new electric...

The Florida Turnpike will become a friendlier highway for motorists driving electric vehicles, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Wednesday.Using legal settlement money from a Volkswagen...
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Trump administration food stamp cuts will hurt Florida’s neediest

Nikki Fried, the only Democrat on Florida’s elected Cabinet, is denouncing the U.S. Agriculture Department’s attempt to cut off food stamp eligibility for more...
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A Florida pension that’s still working

Pensions are vanishing from the American workplace.But Florida has a pension fund that is thriving and plays an important role in the lives of...

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