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Florida Has Record $20 Billion Budget Surplus

By The Geller Report

If only the rest of the country was governed like Florida. If only our POTUS was like Governor Ron DeSantis. #DeSantis2028!

And the evil party says: DeSantis is ‘creating havoc’ in Florida, Democratic candidate for governor

Demonic nuts.

By keeping the economy open, maintaining a low tax environment, and being fiscally responsible, Florida’s FY 21-22 surplus is the largest in state history — with more than $20 billion in reserves for a budget that is just a shade over $100 billion. pic.twitter.com/06BKdNaNdr

— Ron DeSantis (@GovRonDeSantis) May 20, 2022

DeSantis: Florida Has Record $20 Billion Budget Surplus

By 92.1 CTQ, May 21, 2022

Gov. Ron DeSantis in West Palm Beach on Friday announced that Florida’s unemployment rate in April was 3.0 percent. That’s down two-tenths of a percent from March and a 2.1 percent decline from last year.

Continuing with the positive economic news, he said that with about six weeks left in the fiscal year, the Sunshine State has a budget surplus of over $20 billion which includes over $3 billion for the state’s “rainy day fund” and half a billion dollars set aside to respond to disasters. That may come in handy this hurricane season.

The governor says it’s the largest budget surplus in the history of Florida.

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