February 21, 2019

Jason Garcia

Florida Trend Associate Editor •

Jason Garcia

Jason Garcia is a graduate of the Phillip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland. Before coming to Florida Trend, he worked for 13 years for the Orlando Sentinel, where he covered state politics and the tourism industry.

Articles by Jason Garcia:

Sludge Bill
A first-of-its-kind partnership betwen a ride-sharing company and a traditional taxi firm.
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Is Mastercard avoiding Florida taxes?
This in-depth article looks at where Mastercard makes its money.
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New cancer-fighting technology is now available using MRI-guided radiotherapy
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Affordable housing, wages and transportation dominate Central Florida's challenges
Up to 35 launches in Florida are projected for 2019 with Spaceport seeing possible growth of 20,000 new workers in the next decade
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Rick Scott's Legacy as Florida's Governor
Scott's focus on the state's economy and finances has left incoming Gov. Ron DeSantis room to maneuver.
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Florida's New Governor, Ron DeSantis
And now, the details: Here's what to expect from Florida's new governor
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Biosolids: Waste to fertilizer to - pollution?
One region's waste fertilizes another region's pastures — but becomes a source of pollution in the process.
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L3 Technologies and Harris merge
The recently announced $15-billion merger between L3 Technologies and Harris, based in Melbourne, creates the sixth-largest defense contractor in the U.S. out of what had been two medium-sized players.
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He’s in Mensa and was on ‘Genius Junior.’ The 12-year-old is now Miami-Dade’s top speller
He’s in Mensa and was on ‘Genius Junior.’ The 12-year-old is now Miami-Dade’s top speller

Rodrigo Medinilla may only be 12, but he’s got an impressive resume: Mensa member, contestant on NBC’s “Genius Junior” and participant in the World Championships Robotics Competition. On Tuesday, the seventh-grader from Pinecrest Preparatory Middle High added another accolade — winner of the 79th Annual Miami Herald Spelling Bee.

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