One of the most vocal opponents of DeSantis’ voting law, early in May Charlie Crist became the first Democrat to officially announce his run against the Republican incumbent next year.
Undercounted states can lose out not only on political representation and Electoral College votes, but, very importantly, on federal funding that uses census data as a base. This can have a profound impact on individuals and families.
As cases surge in the state, these physicians blast the Republican governor's refusal to return to lockdowns.
"Until this virus is given the respect it deserves to quiet down, introducing sports adds fuel to the fire," warns Sports Medicine Advisory Committee Chairwoman.
The governor’s non-response received a strong rebuke from state Democrats, who tweeted their disapproval of DeSantis being out of touch with the working class.
The results raise serious concerns about Gov. Ron DeSantis’ relentless push for in-person classes in August.
The state’s American Academy of Pediatrics warns the governor that if schools reopen for in-person learning, many children and families will likely become ill with COVID-19.