Florida's state government budget has grown by more than $10 billion since the end of the Great Recession. That rate is forecast to slow considerably for the fiscal year beginning July 1.
The funding outlook for young companies in Florida is stronger than just a few years ago, when Florida companies struggled to find capital backing in their own state.
Since the end of wet foot, dry foot policy at least two Cubans have been sent back to Cuba, and others are being held at immigration detention centers.
Business is booming for those in the construction industry but a shortage of workers could mean higher wages for those already working.
An atmospheric bubble wrap of cooler ocean temperatures and lofty crosswinds is shielding Florida during active hurricane periods.