UF New Health Secretary To Keep Ties To UF By Christine Sexton – News Service of Florida • Jun 6, 2019 When physician Scott Rivkees takes over as secretary of the state Department of Health, he will continue to be employed by the University of Florida. Judge Hears Arguments In College Early Voting Sites Case By Dara Kam - News Service of Florida • Jul 18, 2018 Florida elections officials were wrong to block on-campus early voting sites in Gainesville and Tallahassee, lawyers for the League of Women Voters of Florida told a federal judge Monday. Online Service Helps Floridians Find Transportation Options By Andrea Martin • Mar 27, 2018 Find a Ride Florida Older adults in Florida who no longer can drive themselves have a new option when it comes to finding ways to get around. The University of Florida and the Florida Department of Transportation Safe Mobility For Life have created FindaRideFlorida.org, a website where people can search for transportation options in all 67 of Florida’s counties. UF Guns Case Appealed To Florida Supreme Court By editor • Feb 8, 2016 A Second Amendment group is asking the state Supreme Court to take up a legal dispute about whether guns should be allowed in residence halls and other housing at the University of Florida. Disease Threatens FL Roses By Amy Green • Aug 24, 2015 Listen Listening... / Florida’s $20 million rose industry is threatened by a disease that’s devastating the flower across the Eastern United States.