One word: Leadership The man who embodies that concept in Gainesville is Russ Blackburn. Perhaps his greatest unsung accomplishment has been the restraint he has managed to minimize the constant in-fighting in that legendary Hanfield versus McEachoy Feud. Feud participants were everywhere at this Leadership Gainesville Alumni Forum earlier this month. So while Petty Peggy […]
This article by Greg Sargent, was first published on washingtonpost.com A battle over the Medicaid expansion has erupted among Republicans in Florida, and it has created a strange situation: Republican legislators are urging GOP Governor Rick Scott to accept the expansion, but he is reluctant to do so, even though it is imperiling his drive […]
Progressive Democrats are urging Florida Congressman Alan Grayson to make a run for the Senate, challenging Rep. Patrick Murphy, who declared his candidacy late last month.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson had choice words for the state of Florida, saying he was “astonished” by Gov. Rick Scott’s administration’s alleged ban on using the words “climate change.”
Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner said his office has a plan to “refresh” the state’s outdated voter registration system by July, heading off potential problems that could threaten the 2016 presidential election cycle.
Secretary of State John Kerry recently gave Florida Senator and potential presidential contender, Marco Rubio, a lesson on Middle East politics.
Even as Gov. Rick Scott has denied his administration ordered DEP employees, contractors and volunteers not to use the terms “climate change” and “global warming,” at least a dozen DEP employees and employees from other state agencies have come forward to confirm there was an unofficial policy not to use these terms.
On Friday, State Surgeon General and Secretary of Health Dr. John Armstrong announced the appointments of Melissa Conord-Morrow, Stephanie Wombles and Charlie Young to the Council of Licensed Midwifery.
Florida business owner Paul Curtis, President and CEO of Curtoom Companies, has forged a partnership with transportation leader Burns Group of Philadelphia, PA and landed a contract to provide project management oversight (PMO) support services under an indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract on a nationwide basis for a period of 5 years.