Latest News for: Florida straits

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This is how Pat Ryan, Marc Molinaro voted in Congress for the week ending Jan. 27

Daily Freeman 27 Jan 2023
The Department of the Interior’s South Atlantic Planning Area reaches from South Carolina to the Straits of Florida and covers 54 million acres of seafloor on the Outer Continental Shelf ... offshore from Florida’s east and west coasts and in the Straits of Florida.
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20 states sue feds over parole program for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans

Hastings Tribune 25 Jan 2023
The Department of Homeland Security has argued that the program is a way to bring some order to what the agency has described as a broken immigration system as well as reduce the use of dangerous migration routes such as Florida Straits and the Darien Gap, the unruly no-man’s-land on the Panama-Colombia border.
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Surge in illegal immigration from Cuba, Haiti to Florida continues

Murfreesboro Post 24 Jan 2023
Coast Guard’s 7th District-Southeast crew apprehended and repatriated a record number of Haitians and Cubans attempting to illegally enter Florida by sea ... off of Key Largo, Florida ... USCG and CBP maintain a continual presence with air and sea assets in the Florida Straits and in the Caribbean Sea.
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How a Coast Guard plane scoured islands looking for migrants — and what the crew found

Stars and Stripes 22 Jan 2023
He ordered the agency and other state law enforcement agencies to the Keys to help patrol the surrounding waters for incoming migrants moving through the Florida Straits ... Joshua Mitcheltree flies a C-144 Ocean Sentry above the Florida Straits on Jan.
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Migrants Florida

Citrus County Chronicle 21 Jan 2023
... for migrants over the Florida Straits, Friday, Jan.
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Stonington fishing boat owner rescues 13 Cuban refugees off Florida

The Day 21 Jan 2023
Stonington ― On Tuesday, Joe Gilbert, owner of four Town Dock fishing boats, was 20 miles from shore in the Straits of Florida doing some pleasure fishing with a friend when he spotted something in the distance ... It was not the first chug he had seen in Florida.
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COVID-19: Who was right?

Herald-Standard 20 Jan 2023
Ron DeSantis when he lifted Florida’s lockdown ... On CNN, Andrew’s brother Chris gushed, “I am wowed by what you did!” By contrast, he said, Florida was “in such dire straits.”. But actually, adjusted for population, Florida and New York had about the same number of deaths. Given that Florida has more old people, Florida did better than New York.
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Homeland chief: Cubans, Haitians who come by sea are disqualified from new parole program

Finger Lakes Times 19 Jan 2023
... declaration that follows a wave of migrant landings in the Florida Keys ... Mayorkas warned that the Coast Guard and Customs and Border Protection were actively patrolling the Florida Straits and Caribbean waters for migrants, who would be sent back home if they were caught at sea.
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How did they make it in those boats? An exclusive look at migrant vessels in ...

Finger Lakes Times 19 Jan 2023
Coast Guard C-144 Ocean Sentry pilot who regularly patrols the skies above the Florida Straits, said about the boat builders ... It’s also premature to say if the Biden administration’s new parole program — aimed at stemming migrant crossings along the Florida Straits and the ...
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This Miami agency has been helping migrants for decades. These days, it’s busier than ever

Finger Lakes Times 18 Jan 2023
As an unusually large wave of migrants continue to seek entry into the United States, many through the country’s southern border with Mexico and most recently through the Florida Straits in makeshift rafts and leaky boats, many have landed in Miami ... They have been in South Florida ever since, living with loved ones.
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Florida-bound MSC Meraviglia cruise ship saves 24 migrants in distress

New York Post 17 Jan 2023
A cruise ship bound for Florida rescued 24 migrants from a boat in distress – on the same day another vacation vessel plucked 17 Cubans who had been adrift for weeks ... 6 and Friday, Coast Guard vessels repatriated 824 Cubans and 83 Haitians while patrolling the Florida Straits, Windward and Mona Passes, Florida Today reported.
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Three years after COVID hit, we can see which pols got it wrong — and ...

New York Post 16 Jan 2023
Ron DeSantis when he lifted Florida’s lockdown ... On CNN, Andrew’s brother Chris gushed, “I am wowed by what you did!” By contrast, he said, Florida was “in such dire straits.”. But actually, adjusted for population, Florida and New York had about the same number of deaths ... Florida gained 400,000.
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U.S. Coast Guard Crews Repatriate 907 Cuban and Haitian Migrants, Additional 239 Migrants Stopped at Sea

Space Coast Daily 15 Jan 2023
Coast Guard crews patrolling the Florida Straits, Windward, and Mona Pass prevented hundreds of illegal migrants from reaching the United States by sea from Jan ... COAST GUARD) – Coast Guard crews patrolling the Florida Straits, Windward, and Mona Pass prevented hundreds of illegal migrants from reaching the United States by sea from Jan.
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US Coast Guard crews repatriate over 900 Caribbean migrants

The Gleaner 15 Jan 2023
MIAMI, CMCThe United States Coast Guard says that crews patrolling the Florida Straits, and Windward and Mona Passes in the Caribbean Sea prevented hundreds of illegal Caribbean migrants from reaching the United States by sea from January... .

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