Florida Business News
- Brexit means uncertainty for Florida's tourism, real-estate markets
The Florida tourism industry is waiting to see how the Brexit vote will affect tourism numbers, but Florida could be in for a big economic boost if more U.K. residents settle here permanently.
- Florida students show science gains in national test
The U.S. got its national science report card on Thursday, and Florida students scored at or above the national average.
Florida’s Surgeon General is demanding a comprehensive breakdown of spending, specific data on mosquito surveillance and a plan for combating the virus’ spread.
Florida citrus growers will pay less in taxes for the recently started growing season than in past years.
Funding for the state’s Digital Classroom Plan doesn’t provide much wiggle room for school districts hard-pressed to meet digital requirements.
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