This Cuban Independence Day, we are proud to recognize the Freedom Tower and the funding we secured to restore it to its former glory.
It is a symbol of Florida’s commitment to the people of Cuba and those across the world who are seeking freedom from oppression.
We have secured a record $100 million for Florida’s top cancer centers to research treatments and cures for this terrible disease.
My family knows firsthand that battling cancer is tough, but @FLCaseyDeSantis is proof that Florida’s cancer centers provide outstanding care.
Our $3.2 million investment in Okaloosa County will create nearly 4,000 new manufacturing jobs - more than doubling the manufacturing jobs in the area.
In Florida, we are committed to expanding the state’s manufacturing base.
Biden's plan to prop up the Cuban dictatorship represents yet another failure when it comes to standing for freedom in our hemisphere.
Money from "tourism" will go into the pockets of the Cuban regime - and will help fortify the government against those seeking freedom in Cuba.
On police week, we recognize the commitment of law enforcement across the state and remain committed to being a law and order state.
We have demonstrated our support for law enforcement by providing bonuses for 2 straight years and by enacting signing bonuses for new officers.
Senator Manny Diaz will do a great job heading up the Florida Department of Education. He leaves big shoes to fill in the FL Senate. I believe @BryanAvilaFL will be an effective Senator and advocate for Miami-Dade and he has my support.
Our rural communities are primed for high demand industries like manufacturing and logistics. Florida's $30 million investment in the Rural Infrastructure Fund and $400 million for the Broadband Opportunity Program will help our rural communities realize additional opportunity.
Americans are struggling with record gas prices – up over 50% since Biden took office – but he doesn’t care. Rather than expand domestic energy production, he continues to reduce U.S. production capacity (increasing our reliance on foreign oil) by canceling our oil & gas leases.
Tonight, Florida’s capitol is illuminated in blue light to recognize the sacrifice and commitment law enforcement make to keep Floridians safe.
In Florida we back the blue, and we say thank you to those who serve us every day.