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Can Governor Scott Deliver a Better State Healthcare System?

July 9th, 2013

Florida’s governor, Rick Scott, continues to be active and supportive throughout the challenging times of the American economy. Scott’s efforts to keep the private-sector jobs were started by reducing the regulations and cutting taxes. Florida’s unemployment rate has been steadily dropping and the trend is predicted to remain continuous. He’s also been able to add one billion dollars to the much needed educational budget. Rick Scott joined the forces with the Department of Education in helping the children with literacy and promoting the importance of education. He openly maintains the belief that the American youth must be given the opportunities to succeed.Additional information can be found at http://miamiherald.typepad.com/nakedpolitics/2012/06/scotts-popularity-keeps-dropping-even-within-his-own-party.html. Scott’s personal convictions are largely helping the homeless young population of Florida in re-directing the course of their lives. The problematic issue of same-sex marriages has not escaped the attention of Rick Scott. His position on the subject remains somewhat unclear. However, www.tvsavings.org/, the majority of voters either supports the civil unions or remains undecided. The polls keep shifting towards acceptance of the gay marriages and union legalization of those who choose to be in the same-sex marriage. Governor Rick Scott is presently struggling with his public popularity, but his devotion to the pressing issues of the Florida has been noted and greatly appreciated.

Immigration is an Important Issue in State of Florida

May 2nd, 2013

Florida, the third-largest state in America, is currently growing at the seventh-fastest rate, according to government reports. Many immigrants, legal and otherwise, are embedded within the agricultural industries, helping to grow the supply of goods for a high, nation-wide demand. Immigration has played a vital role in the state’s growth, and is expected to continue the trend upward, throughout the next decade and beyond. As such, many in the state’s government are becoming nervous.

Due to the high influx of foreign visitors, an increased burden is being placed upon the state’s welfare system,much as it has in (more…)

Before He Was the Governor of Florida

February 22nd, 2013

Before he was the Governor of Florida, Rick Scott was many things and, earlier this month, we were made aware of these accomplishments. On January 4 of this year, the anniversary of his step into the office, there was a special on DirecTV talking about his early life.

Born on December 1, 1952 in Kansas, his aspirations were far from political. When he was old enough he joined the United States Navy where he served for almost three years as a Petty officer, third class aboard the USS Glover.

During his tour of duty, he served as a radar technician until he felt like it was his time to leave the service behind and pursue a career in business. He attended college taking advantage of the GI Bill and graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

From there, he spent a few years kicking around handling fraud cases, doing some venture capitalist work and even working for Solantic before he found his way into politics.

It was there that, on January 4, 2011, incumbent Richard Lynn Scott assumed the office as the 45th Governor of Florida. Ever since assuming office, Rick has applied the same gumption and hard work he demonstrated in his early life to the position of governor and it clearly shows.

Governor Makes Tough Choices to Balance the Budget

June 28th, 2012

As Governor of Florida, Rick Scott has had his work cut out for him. Times are tough. State governments are doing their best. They are struggling to keep themselves afloat. They want to make a difference on a local level and Rick Scott is doing just that.

Using his years of experience in the military, law, as well as in health care and big business, Rick Scott knows what it takes to make changes. Perhaps this is why this Florida (more…)

Does Rick Scott Want Everybody to Pay Less Taxes?

June 27th, 2012

It is very clear that any member of the American government will promise lower taxes, but the reality is that the country as a whole cannot survive if taxes continue to fall while the unemployment rate is at all-time highs. Rick Scott is making efforts to curtail the problem of Florida’s high unemployment rate, which would aid in lowering taxes because the more people that are working the more tax revenues will be. Governor Scott has made progress by reducing Florida’s unemployment rate by 2.3 which placed (more…)

Rick Scott Trying to Attract International Business to Florida

June 26th, 2012

These days everyone is looking for business. Florida is no exception and Governor Rick Scott is no exception. He knows first hand that the only way to keep the economy afloat is by attracting new business. For this reason, Ricky Scott is going the extra mile for Floridians to help them make a little more by using resources to attract international business.

And his plan is working. Taking Florida from an unemployment state to a re-employment state and causing a decline in (more…)

How is Governor Scott Helping to Create Jobs?

June 24th, 2012

Governor Rick Scott has proven once again that he is helping create jobs in Florida with the recent signing of transportation legislation last week. One important part of the package is improvement to 14 of the state’s ports, as well as, expanded road and rail projects. In particular, the port enhancements will bring more international trade to Florida. Overall, all of the transportation infrastructure changes will help attract new business to the state.

The package of legislation comes after news that the (more…)

Florida Governor Expresses His Position on Gay Marriage

June 20th, 2012

Florida’s governor, Rick Scott, continues to be active and supportive throughout the challenging times of the American economy. Scott’s efforts to keep the private-sector jobs were started by reducing the regulations and cutting taxes. Florida’s unemployment rate has been steadily dropping and the trend is predicted to remain continuous. He’s also been able to add one billion dollars to the much needed educational budget. Rick Scott joined the forces with the (more…)

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