is our Florida Editor. She writes about politics, the economy, environmental and social justice, and all things Latino. A published author, Giselle was born in Havana and grew up in New Jersey and Miami. She is passionate about equality, books, and cats.
"La Guarachera de Cuba" helped define the sound of the salsa music we know today, influencing everyone from Gloria Estefan to Ivy Queen and Camila Cabello. Twenty years after her passing, she remains an icon.
While the Medicaid continuous coverage requirement established during the Covid-19 pandemic is scheduled to end, the Republican governor continues to refuse to sign on to the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion.
The bill would implement a massive expansion of the state's voucher program at the expense of public education. Critics also point out that many of the schools accepting taxpayer-funded scholarships are religious, and some cite religious beliefs to ban LGBTQ students.