January 2020 Contents

Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue

FEATURES

2020 Legislative Review

Ron DeSantis

The Issues

Barring any surprises, budget fights will likely dominate the 2020 session when lawmakers return to Tallahassee this month.

Asking the Right Questions

Chris Sprowls grew up in a home where politics were a dinner-table topic most nights. He became a prosecutor in part on the advice of a famous journalist.

Economic Backbone

Cancer Care
Advancements in Cancer Research

A cancer researcher at UCF's College of Medicine was recently awarded $100K from the Breast Cancer Research Foundation; and other cancer research from around the state.

Largest Cancer Centers in Florida

Ranked by total number of cases

Trendlines

Up Front
A Fresh Look for 2020

You may have noticed a new look to the cover of this month's Florida Trend...

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Gene Deckerhoff

“My first broadcast was an all-star Little League Baseball game in Jacksonville. They didn't have names on the jerseys, so we had no idea who the little guys were.”

Editor's Page
Forgotten

It's been more than a year since Hurricane Michael devastated the state's Northwest region...

Economic Outlook

2020 Economic Outlook

Florida in 2020

Perspectives on the year ahead from business leaders in each of Florida's major regions, along with key growth-related statistics and a roundup of issues and news.

Miami

Trains, politics, environment

Southeast

Workforce, environment, infrastructure

Southwest

Red tide, higher ed, transportation

Central

Transportation, affordable housing, health

Northeast

Jacksonville's downtown, affordable housing, workforce

Northwest

Hurricane recovery, military, tourism

Community Portrait

Special Section
Tallahassee & Leon County

In the Tallahassee-Leon County area, every day is a perfect day for business learning and play.

Tallahassee

Access Earlier Issues

Florida Business News

Florida Trend Video Pick

Half a million Florida residents may still be eligible for stimulus checks
Half a million Florida residents may still be eligible for stimulus checks

The IRS launched a national campaign this week that includes notifying more than 567,000 residents in Florida who did not file a tax return in 2018 or 2019 but may still be eligible for a coronavirus stimulus check.

Earlier Videos | Viewpoints@FloridaTrend

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