Census Reports on Population Shifts 

75,000 have moved away from California. The U.S. Census Bureau has issued its latest population estimates.  According to the bureau’s numbers, Florida gained more than 365,000 and Texas…

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Massive Storm Causes Flooding, Power Outages in Florida 

Over 50,000 without power in the southeastern part of the state. Southeastern Florida has experienced up to ten inches of heavy rainfall Thursday. Tens of thousands of people…

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Labor Department Supports Recovery from Hurricane Ian

$7.5 million awarded to workforce training and temporary employment, expands dislocated worker programs. The U.S. Department of Labor has announced the awarding of $7.5 million for disaster-relief employment…

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First Lady Attends Roundtable at Space Force Base

VA Secretary McDonough also attends the event in Florida. First Lady Jill Biden spoke at a military spouse roundtable at Patrick Space Force Base in Brevard County, Florida,…

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State of Florida Sues Administration Over Transportation Union Requirements

Secretaries of Labor and Transportation were named as primary defendants. The state of Florida has sued President Biden’s administration for allegedly withholding transportation funding because of the passage…

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Supreme Court Will Review Censorship and Social Media Cases 

The court’s next session begins Monday.  The Supreme Court announced that the justices will hear two major cases where tech industry groups are challenging restrictive state laws.  One…

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Legislation Would Decouple U.S. Disaster Assistance from Aid to Ukraine 

Federal Disaster Responsibility Act proposed in the Senate to separate funding for states from additional support for Ukraine. Senators Rick Scott and Marco Rubio of Florida introduced the…

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CDC Warns of Annual RSV Resurgence

Mainly affects elderly people, and spread usually starts in Florida The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released an alert this week regarding the annual spread of…

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Hurricane Idalia Makes Landfall as Category 3 Storm

330,000 people without power in Florida and Georgia. Hurricane Idalia made landfall in Florida Wednesday morning as a Category 3 storm. It lessened to Category 1 by the…

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PRAYER ALERT: Mandatory Evacuations Issued in FL Ahead of Hurricane Idalia

National Hurricane Center warns of “life-threatening storm surge and dangerous winds.” UPDATE: 2 PM, August 30 Hurricane Idalia made landfall in Florida early Wednesday as a Category 3…

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