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New FL health insurance programs signed into law

Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed legislation that legislative backers say will encourage Floridians to save money by shopping for certain medical services based on...
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DeSantis: Let’s hold separate elections to decide constitutional amendments

Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday defended a new law that will make it more difficult to amend the Florida Constitution through petition drives, and...
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Gov. DeSantis campaign account gets $850,000 since January

Gov. Ron DeSantis’ political committee raised nearly $437,000 during May – more than it collected during all of the year’s first quarter, according to...

Yes, Florida has been gaining jobs. But low pay remains a problem for millions...

Like his predecessor, Gov. Ron DeSantis likes to talk about Florida’s job growth.It’s been a positive story. Last month, the Republican governor announced Florida...

Gov. DeSantis praises Trump, signs prescription drug bill in The Villages

Gov. Ron DeSantis signed legislation Tuesday at the sprawling Villages retirement community that allows the state to import bargain pharmaceutical drugs from Canada. He...
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Gov. DeSantis hires new external affairs director

Mara Gambineri, communications director for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, will replace Justin Caporale as director of external affairs for Gov. Ron DeSantis,...

U.S. Ag Secretary meets with Gov. DeSantis, promises Hurricane Michael aid will come swiftly

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue promised Friday to speed federal Hurricane Michael disaster assistance to Florida, now that President Trump has signed a...
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Will GOP politicking over federal disaster aid hurt Republicans in 2020?

WASHINGTON – Florida’s Democrat and Republican lawmakers were understandably frustrated when President Donald Trump and Congress started playing politics with disaster aid. It had...

Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office still won’t release public records about Israel trip

Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office still has not released public records for a trip that he and 98 people from Florida, including Florida’s three elected...
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What’s next in the education world? “Adjunct teachers” on the rise in Florida’s K-12...

If you’re a current or former college student, you’ve probably been taught at one time or another by an “adjunct” teacher rather than a...

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