Area lawmakers, pressured to create jobs, struggle with high speed rail issue.

APOPKA – When U.S. Rep. Sandy Adams, R-Florida, met with a group of Tea Party activists in Apopka on Saturday, she promised to work on the stubbornly high unemployment rate facing both the nation, at 9 percent, and Florida at an even higher 12 percent rate. “We are working on… Continue reading

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