Thanks to efforts for vaccination and education, the Florida Surgeon General Scott Rivkees says the spread of hepatitis A is being slowed down to a controllable pace here in Florida. A declaration of public health emergency due to the rapid spread of the disease last August sent the Department of Health in Florida and the
Photo Credit: https://www.florida-backroads-travel.com/ Yes, you read right. We have an actual town named Christmas right here in sunny Florida. It is a community of about 1,000 people on Florida State Road 50 about 24 miles east of Orlando. It is located 16 miles west of the Space Coast and Kennedy Space Center. The town’s name
Photo Credit: Governor Ron DeSantis’ Twitter A push to make E-Verify mandatory for Florida employers is now being eyed by Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Governor DeSantis called on the Florida Legislature November 25 to pass an E-Verify requirement during the 2020 Legislative Session. The Governor’s office explains that E-Verify is a United States Department
Photo credit: brands of the world The FBI has released a report stating that hate crimes are on the rise in Florida. The report claims a 51% rise in incidents from 2016 to 2017. Others, such as critics of the current law, say the numbers could be higher. Data from a study done by the
Some sun protection might come at the price of the ocean’s coral reefs.
After the botched upgrades of 2018 that risk over $50 million in toll transaction losses, the Florida Turnpike seeks a new partner to process its transactions and service its accounts.
Florida law enforcement cleared about 8,000 backlogged (unprocessed) sexual-assault kits as part of an ongoing three-year project.
Florida activists seek to pass legislation to fund Florida’s declining film industry with tax incentives.
It’s been a busy, busy week for SpaceX, both in the sky and on the ground.
Florida lawmakers are pushing for new codes that would make tiny homes easier to build in the Sunshine State.