Which state would be subtropical Florida or Alaska?
That would be Florida.
The diametric opposites for the lower 48 would be California (SW) and Maine (NE) or Washington state (NW) and Florida (SE) If Hawaii is included, the far points are Hawaii and Maine. If Alaska is included, the far points are Alaska and Florida. *By hemispheres, Alaska contains both the westernmost and easternmost points of the US, as well as the northernmost, while Hawaii is the southernmost state. (see the related question below)
Delaware was the first state to ratify the Constitution. Pennsylvania was second. Alphabetically, I believe it would be Alabama. Population-wise, California Size-wise, Alaska Easternmost - Maine Western-most - Hawaii Northern-most - Alaska gets the not again Southern-most - I believe it would be Florida, with Key West being the southern most city.
There are many different climate regions in the US. Along the north, they include Subarctic (Alaska), Humid continental, Mid-latitude Steppe, Undifferentiated Highlands, and Marine West Coast. Across the mid-latitudes and southern continental regions they include Humid Subtropical, Tropical Savanna at the southern tip of Florida, Mid-latitude Steppe, Tropical and Subtropical Desert, and Mediterranean or Dry Summer Subtropical. Hawaii would be Subtropical Rainforest. From Goode's World Atlas, Rand McNally, 21st Edition The USA has many climates…
Has any governor of Alaska ever vetoed a bill that would have legalized same-sex marriage in that state?
Has any governor of Alaska ever vetoed a bill that would have legalized same-sex civil unions in that state?
As of the 2008 season, Florida State and Kansas have met 7 times with Florida State winning 5 times: 1971 - Florida State 30, Kansas 7 1972 - Florida State 44, Kansas 22 1973 - Kansas 28, Florida State 0 1974 - Kansas 40, Florida State 9 1984 - Florida State 42, Kansas 16 1985 - Florida State 24, Kansas 20 1993 - Florida State 42, Kansas 0
I would think that would be a no, but I do not live in Florida so you might be able to take a left hand turn at a red light on a one way street in the state of Florida. I would think that would be a no, but I do not live in Florida so you might be able to take a left hand turn at a red light on a one way street…