If you’re one of the millions of Americans considering refinancing your home, time may be of the essence to take advantage of new programs being offered by the federal government.
Early voting began in Monroe County Monday thanks to the confluence of the 1965 Voting Rights Act and election law changes passed during the 2011 legislative session.
Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration received a two-week reprieve for a controversial Medicaid pilot program that sent patients into managed-care programs, or HMO’s.
With the countdown to the federal government’s expected August 2nd debt default getting closer every day, the U.S. economy is already seeing the impact from a weakening U.S. dollar overseas.
Many in the state of Florida rely on Social Security and Medicare as a lifeline, but as the days countdown to a U.S. default, everyone in the Sunshine State has reason to worry.
There’s better news for commuters suffering from sticks shock at the pump. After what felt like forever with increases gas prices are expected to take a tumble.
While Congress and the President celebrated the $39 billion in cuts to the 2011 federal budget, many were waiting on the details of the expected draconian cuts before making a decision. The cuts were finally revealed Tuesday and will have a deep impact on the Sunshine State.
As the final hours tick down to keep the government funded, President Barack Obama has started the process of shutting down the federal government. But, many parts of the government that impact Floridians will likely keep running.
Just weeks after Florida Governor Rick Scott turned down $2.4 billion and thousands of jobs from the federal government, the Obama Administration has reluctantly made the money available for other high-speed rail projects across the country.
It’s no secret that many times the federal government can spend your tax dollars in ways that might leave you scratching your head or even make you angry.
But wait until you hear what I-Team Investigator Stephen Stock dug up and who is getting your money now.