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Pensacola News Journal: Iran deal puts our security at risk

Those of us who make it a point to stay up-to-date on foreign affairs are taking great interest in the Iran deal that is aimed at stopping the volatile country from developing nuclear weapons. One of the main sanctions the United States lifted in the deal was allowing Iran to export more goods, chief in […]

Orlando Sentinel: Mike Murtha, Feds must follow Fla. on ethanol repeal

Florida was the first of two states to repeal a state mandate requiring ethanol to be blended into fuel, but our economy is still being held hostage by a federal ethanol mandate requiring increasing amounts of corn ethanol to be blended into gasoline. In 2013, the Florida Senate voted in favor of Senate Bill 320, […]

Sunshine State News: Iran Deal Imperils Our Energy and National Security

Those of us who make it a point to stay up-to-date on foreign affairs took great interest in last month’s Iran deal aimed at stopping the volatile country from developing nuclear weapons. One of the main sanctions the United States lifted in the deal was allowing Iran to export more goods, chief in importance to […]

Context Florida: Tom Garcia: Grant concessions to the deserving- End ban on U.S. crude oil exports

Those of us who make it a point to stay up-to-date on foreign affairs took great interest in last month’s Iran deal aimed at stopping that volatile country from developing nuclear weapons. One of the main concessions from the United States in the deal is to lift sanctions and allow Iran to export more goods, […]

Context Florida: Barney Bishop, All sources needed to provide energy security

When speaking about energy for our country, one is typically labeled either a shill for big oil or a left-wing environmentalist, depending on argument. That’s never been clearer than during the past month when my comments on the topic made the rounds in print and online. To be clear, many Floridians and I, think smart […]

Orlando Sentinel: Bill Mincy, Let pharmacies boost access to health care

Too many Floridians have too little access to routine medical care. For those seniors who have limited mobility or live in rural areas, a trip to the doctor can easily turn into a major undertaking. Provider shortages can make it difficult for seniors to access the care they need, and pharmacists stand ready to fill […]

Important Clarification to Editorial in The Tampa Tribune

Over the weekend, the editors of The Tampa Tribune ran an editorial that contained misinformation about an offer Harris Corporation of Melbourne has made to the State of Florida under a public-private partnership.  Under an existing contract running through 2021, Harris has offered to refresh the State Law Enforcement Radio System (SLERS) – a statewide […]

Miami Herald: Federal ethanol requirements need to be fixed

Last month, I traveled to our nation’s capital to deliver a message to the members of Congress and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. I told them that while the federal ethanol mandate is big business for Iowa’s corn growers, it is bad business for Florida. Our state’s economy is driven by small business, which faces […]

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