Governor Ron DeSantis today announced the number of employed Floridians has increased to more than 10 million in July 2019. Over the year, 128,000 people entered the labor force at an annual growth rate of 1.3 percent.
Governor Ron DeSantis applauded the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for clearing the issues surrounding the release of up to $633 million in funding for mitigation efforts for communities impacted by Hurricanes Hermine, Matthew and Irma.
Governor Ron DeSantis today signed CS/HB 1113: Health Insurance, also known as the Patient Savings Act. This legislation enables health insurers to offer incentives to Floridians who shop for high quality, lower cost healthcare services.
Governor Ron DeSantis spoke at the 21st Annual Family Café in Orlando. Family Café is the nation’s largest cross-disability annual event and connects people with unique abilities and their families with a variety of products, services and resources.
Governor Ron DeSantis announced that following President Donald Trump’s commitment to federally fund 100-percent of the first 45 days of Hurricane Michael recovery, the Florida Department of Transportation will receive $9.8 million from FEMA to reimburse the cost of debris cleanup in Jackson County.
It was my honor to be invited by Governor Ron DeSantis and Florida’s First Lady Casey DeSantis to sit in the Gallery during the “State of the State Address” that was delivered in the Florida House Chamber on Tuesday.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was in Brevard Friday and announced Texas-based Firefly Aerospace will set up shop at Kennedy Space Center’s Exploration Park to manufacture, test and launch rockets from Cape Canaveral.v