When I entered office in 1999, the greatest environmental challenge facing Florida was the rapidly deteriorating state of America’s Everglades. For years, the sensitive subtropical ecological system had suffered the side effects of a massive manmade drainage system and rapid regional development that harmed the water supply, diverted water from the natural habitat and threatened the many species that call these unique wetlands home.
I congratulate Donald Trump on securing his place as the Republican party’s presumptive nominee. There is no doubt that he successfully tapped into the deep sense of anger and frustration so many Americans around the country rightfully feel today.
I believe in a strong America; an America that is the definitive beacon of opportunity, an America that is the global leader in economic prosperity, an America that has the most competitive workforce in the world.
The Foundation for Excellence in Education today shared with Sunshine State News readers former Gov. Jeb Bush's remarks on education reform to the American Legislative Exchange Council's annual meeting this week in Chicago.
I recently had the honor of speaking at the Republican National Convention joined by a dedicated teacher and a first-generation college graduate.
Im concerned about our countrys competitive drive. Economists of all stripes call for skilled workers as the essential ingredient of a strong and growing economy.