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An overview of the features and articles in this month's issue of Florida Trend.
Florida Business News
Will Florida be ready for the 2020 Census?
Florida, as we know, is decidedly not California. The two coastal giants, Nos. 3 and 1 among states in population, are competing for congressional seats and federal funding in the 2020 Census, and they’re going about it differently.
- Cuba bets on tourism as new U.S. travel and economic restrictions take hold
As most of Cuba's economy stagnates or declines, the country has launched a full-scale effort to turn virtually the only bright spot — tourism — into an engine that can pull the rest of the communist island out of its worst economic crisis in two decades.
Florida will begin planning three new major toll highways through mostly rural areas under a bill signed by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis over the objections of environmentalists who have otherwise praised him since taking office.
A potential tropical storm may form off the Bahamas over the next few days, less than two weeks before the official start of hurricane season.
The Trump administration has halted plans to send thousands of people who entered the country illegally across the Mexican border to Broward and Palm Beach counties.
Florida Trend Video Pick
University of South Florida graduate students and staff members are using 3D scanners on Egmont Key at the mouth of Tampa Bay to record scans in order to preserve history of four sites on the island.
Are you in favor or opposed to the new expressway-expansion bill that allows three new major toll highways to be built in rural regions of the state?