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Florida Child Uninsured Rate Stabilizes; Advocates Raise Future Concerns
Florida's uninsured-child rate dropped from 7.6 % to 7.3 % in 2021, according to a new report from Georgetown University.
Florida Groups Add Momentum to Extending Child Tax Credit
Congress negotiates an omnibus bill which would continue corporate tax breaks, it will also extend and make permanent the expanded Child Tax Credit.
Dental Therapists Work to Gain Support in Florida, Congress
Inside a massive appropriations bill now in Congress is a provision which would allow federal funding for dental therapists.
On Midterm Election Day, Experts Tackle Election Myths
Millions of Californians have already voted but millions more will head to the polls today - to either vote in person or drop off their mail-in ballot.
Teachers Rally to Boost Profile of Hernández-Mats for Lt. Gov.
Democratic nominee Charlie Crist picked the top teacher's union representative in Florida's largest public school district as his running mate.
Fort Myers Political Race Heats Up after Hurricane Ian!
It seems like whenever there is a really important election in the US, a hurricane hits Southwest Florida
Uncertainty Hovers on Clean Water Act’s 50th Anniversary
The Clean Water Act turns 50 this week, but parts of it are being challenged in a case before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Medicare, Social Security Called Essential to Seniors
As the midterm elections approach, Medicare and Social Security are top-of-mind issues for Florida seniors.
Redefining Professional Spaces: The Rise of Dual-Purpose Backyard Office Sheds in America
The American Dream Reimagined: Backyards Transforming into Profitable Workspaces
The Ultimate Fighter 31: McGregor vs. Chandler: The Battle Begins
The Ultimate Fighter 31 is set to premiere on ESPN+ on June 6, 2023, and it is sure to be a must-watch for fans of mixed martial arts.
Florida Faces Lawsuits Over Sweeping New Elections Law
The moment Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a sweeping elections bill into law last week, several voter-advocacy groups filed lawsuits against it.
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Survivors Call for Monument in Honor of Fallen Heroes
Congress is moving forward with plans to build the monument to honor the 3,600 Americans who have earned the nation's highest award for valor in combat.
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