GAINESVILLE — Consumer confidence in the national economy in August is unfaltering, boosting Clinton’s chances of capturing Florida’s electoral votes in the upcoming presidential election, say University of Florida economists.
August 1996 Archive
GAINESVILLE — New federal tobacco regulations are just the first strike in what figures to be a long legal and political battle, says a University of Florida law professor who thinks the Food and Drug Administration’s new rule could face trouble in federal court.
GAINESVILLE — Florida’s Hispanic population has broken the 2 million mark, and the youthful nature of the group bodes well for the state’s labor force, according to a University of Florida study that represents the first county-by-county breakdown of the state’s Hispanic population since the 1990 census.
GAINESVILLE — As Florida’s population grows, residents’ rights are increasingly clashing with the rights of those enjoying the state’s natural resources, a conflict exemplified by the fight over airboat use, said a University of Florida researcher and his professor.
GAINESVILLE—University of Florida researchers are making steady progress in solving one of nature’s most challenging genetic puzzles: finding the intricate bits of DNA that make some people susceptible to developing insulin-dependent diabetes.