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Basic staples such as fresh produce, lean meats and dairy products are not readily available to an estimated 2 million Floridians, including many living in Bradenton. These residents find themselves living in food deserts with limited or low access to ...
Quite a few Floridians have landed jobs in President Donald Trump's administration including former senior adviser to Gov.
A newly released robo poll by funded by several election reform groups found that nearly three in four Floridians, 74 percent, think independent voters should be ...
Fifty-one Florida residents appear on the Forbes annual "World's billionaires List" for 2017 - and, no, you're not one of them.
PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. - DocMJ.com has registered more than 1,000 patients into the Compassionate Use Registry to receive medical marijuana under Florida law.
Can Florida claim to be a democracy when one out of every 10 of adult citizens in the state are denied the right to vote because some time in their lives they were convicted of a felony?
Orlando, Fla. (AP) Three metro areas in Florida were among the nation's 10 biggest gainers in the number of people moving there last year, and another three Florida metro areas were in the top 10 for overall growth rates.
As the U.S. House prepares to vote this week on the American health care Act, Senate Democrats are messaging against the bill. On Tuesday, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee dropped a new television ad and launched a digital campaign ...
New data from Yale researchers shows that most Floridians believe global warming is real, but only Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties think it will affect...
The Florida Legislature is continuing to grapple with the issue of implementing Amendment 2 on medical marijuana. With 10 bills filed in both the Senate and House, there are plenty of ideas of how to proceed, but the answer is still elusive right now ...
As lawmakers on a Capitol Hill consider overhauling the federal health instance program for the poor, a debate has bubbled up over what the changes would mean for Floridians. Earlier this month, the Florida House passed a resolution urging Congress to ...
Residents of Florida and Texas surveyed by the nonprofit Commonwealth Fund in 2016 were more likely to report having trouble paying medical bills than those ...
Florida is asking the federal government to cap its funding to the state's Medicaid program. Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Republican lawmakers say that will mean more flexibility to provide quality healthcare at an affordable cost.
In November, more than seven in ten Floridians at the polls checked yes on Amendment 2, which legalized medical marijuana in the Sunshine State.
St. Leo University released a poll of Floridians on Tuesday showing a majority--56 percent--approve of Scott while 39 percent disapprove of the governor.
At this moment of incredible political discord, there's one thing that Floridians - Democrats and Republicans alike - can agree on: Our state is one of the best places in the country to live as an active senior.
Floridians are split about the 2010 Affordable Care Act (ACA), sometimes referred to as Obamacare and are split about what to do about it according to a new ...
As the state Senate strategically slows down this week, one bold health care plan that could drastically reshape insurance for millions of Floridians is on the move. A bill passed out of its third Senate committee on Tuesday that would allow patients ...
"Unfortunately, last year, we lost about 5,000 Floridians who took that latter choice; who were on the wait list for services they needed and passed away before their number ever got called.
Florida voters appear to support economic incentives and Visit Florida, at least according to a new survey from the Florida Chamber of Commerce.
Floridians overwhelmingly voted Republican in the 2016 election, with 58 of 67 counties going to Donald Trump. But that doesn't mean they're in favor of ...
(WEAR) - A new bill in the Florida House could cut food stamps to more than 229,000 people. The bill aims at cutting off food stamps to hundreds of thousands of Floridians that became eligible to start receiving benefits during the Great Recession. It ...
A poll released by Florida Atlantic University this week found that a majority of Floridians want to expand the current health care law or keep it the way it is.
West Palm Beach, Fla. (CBS12) - food stamps could be cut off to more than 200,000 Floridians who depend on them including children and seniors.
We've all seem them. The public notices in the newspaper, small print and all, alerting the public of need-to-know goings-on in local Municipalities, such as special elections or the adoption of the tax rate.
Floridians overwhelmingly oppose key elements of the Republican plan to repeal and replace parts of Obamacare. A Florida Atlantic University Poll scheduled for release Thursday found that the least popular element of the plan, supported by President ...
"Currently, half a million Floridians have Alzheimer's disease, and in less than 10 years, a 40 percent growth rate means that another 200,000 Floridians will develop this devastating illness." Laird was testifying in favor of SB 1050, a bill sponsored ...
Monday at 1 p.m. on gulf Coast Live, Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs CEO Carol Borden explains the intensive training required of guide dogs and attempts to clear up some of the misunderstandings regarding comfort animals.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has released details of recent disciplinary actions, with enforcement orders involving Boca Raton-based VFinance Investments and two South Floridians. Customer limits. Enlarge. seb_ra. VFinance entered into ...
The Florida Lottery has announced that Vernon Dorsey, II, 58, of St. Cloud; and Joshua Reyes, 31, of Naples, each claimed a $1 million prize in the $10000.
Recently OIC of South Florida (OIC-SFL) and the Seminole tribe came together to help hundreds of South Floridians on their journey to finding employment.
HB 1403 builds on that momentum in an effort to modernize Florida's marijuana laws in ways that benefit all Floridians.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) - On this International women's Day, dozens of South Florida women gathered outside the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services offices - united and making their voices heard.
A new poll from Mason-Dixon Polling & Research showed 93 percent of Floridians believed travelers should be allowed to rent accommodations other than hotels, like vacation rentals; a sign lawmakers could face opposition if they try to restrict the ...
A new poll from Mason-Dixon Polling & Research showed 93 percent of Floridians believed travelers should be allowed to rent accommodations other than hotels, like vacation rentals; a sign lawmakers could face opposition if they try to restrict the ...
State lawmakers aren't looking out for everyday Floridians, an advocate for one of the state's largest labor unions said Tuesday.
Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine might genuinely be the nation's closest Democratic relative to Donald Trump. Levine can't stop himself from tweeting out garbage : He spent last week calling the right-leaning Sunshine State News "#FakeJournalism," for ...
A poll released Monday by the University of North Florida shows that more Florida voters favor transgender bathroom rights than President Donald Trump's controversial "travel ban" from seven majority-Muslim countries.
The UF/IFAS Extension Pinellas County is hosting the Sustainable Floridians certificate training course from March 25 to April 29.
According to a new study from the University of North Florida, the answer to both of those questions is "no". A poll released this morning by UNF's Public Opinion Research Laboratory shows 44% of registered voters in Florida would re-elect the Democrat ...
Since 2011, Attorney General Bondi's consumer Protection Division has conducted hundreds of investigations and recovered billions of dollars for Floridians. "Whether it's homeowners victimized by unfair mortgage servicing practices or people being ...
A group of President Donald Trump's supporters rallied in Southwest Florida Saturday to voice their approval of his first month in office.
Floridians are gathering signatures for a ballot initiative to amend the state's Constitution and restore voting rights to individuals who have completed their sentences for nonviolent crimes.
FBI special agent Derek Kreitenstein and Seniors vs. crime Region 4 Director Steve Renico, from left. FBI Special Agent Derek Kreitenstein spoke to the crowd attending the Seniors vs.
We're going to give voice to millions of Floridians who are struggling to make it and haven't given up the hope that we can do better.
As the Florida Legislature convenes this week, forget the sideshow. The battle between Gov. Rick Scott and House Republicans over job incentives and tourism promotion will burn itself out.
President Donald Trump wants to streamline the U.S. Food and Drug Administration so people with rare diseases can get medication faster.
The majority of Floridians don't support allowing guns on college campuses and over half oppose open carry in the Sunshine State, according to a new poll.
President Donald Trump wants to streamline the U.S. Food and Drug Administration so people with rare diseases can get medication faster.


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