Sal Nuzzo is vice president of policy at the James Madison Institute and director of the institute's Center for Economic Prosperity.
The rapid rise in telehealth adoption during the pandemic was enabled, in part, by emergency regulatory suspensions at the federal level and in nearly all 50 states.
The Florida Sheriffs Association attacks the idea of rehabilitation of offenders and argues that only punishment and longer sentences work.
Florida needs to re-examine its system of suspending licenses as a punishment for things unrelated to driving and traffic safety.
Why the state should stop suspending licenses for offenses that are unrelated to traffic safety.