I read "POINT OF VIEW: Army Corps should swim in our increasingly toxic water," a guest column in Sunday's Palm Beach Post by Congressman Brian Mast. I would love the opportunity to respond.
It's well known political issues can cause candidates to change position in an election year. In a stark advancement of that premise, Bill Nelson is proving he's in as nervous a position with his reelection campaign as he is changing his position on a judicial nominee he recommended for a U.S. District Court post in Florida.
Florida’s qualifying period for hundreds of state and local offices began Monday, signaling the start of what will be a pivotal election year in the state.
Accusing Florida health officials of a “colossal blunder” that created a “dumpster fire,” an administrative law judge recommended that the state grant a highly sought-after medical marijuana license to a South Florida nursery.
Well, that didn't take long. President Trump had barely departed Singapore when Democrats in Washington unleashed scathing attacks over his meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. "What the United States has gained is vague and unverifiable at best. What North Korea has gained, however, is tangible and lasting," Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., fumed. "In his haste to reach an agreement, President Trump elevated North Korea to the level of the United States while preserving the regime's status quo," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., protested.
Lobbyist Nikki Fried has entered the Democratic primary to be Florida’s next agriculture commissioner, launching her bid on Monday and showcasing her support for medical marijuana.