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Gus Bilirakis Showcases Record Over a Dozen Years in Congress

Bilirakis weighed in on the index and his time in Congress, insisting he had taken a page from his father former U.S. Rep. Michael Bilirakis, R-Fla., who was first elected to Congress in 1982 and retired after the 2006 elections when his son took over.
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Florida Ports Caucus Starts to Get Busy on Capitol Hill

Last week, the Florida Ports Caucus held its first meeting of the new Congress and weighed in on the issues impacting the 15 public seaports across the state.
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Stephanie Murphy Wants to Crackdown on Robocalls

“Endless, unsolicited phone calls do more than just annoy and harass, they are used by telemarketers to invade people’s privacy and serve as dangerous tools for extortion by criminals,” said Murphy. “I’m proud to join this effort to end unwanted robocalls and give peace of mind to the millions of Americans who are the targets of these abusive practices.”
Ron Desantis

Ron DeSantis Announces Funds for Infrastructure Projects Across North Florida

“Florida’s economy is strong but there is still work to be done in some of our hardworking, resilient North Florida communities,” said DeSantis when he announced the grants on Wednesday. “The development of infrastructure is critical for the economic development of these rural communities.”
Terrorism

Brian Mast Wants Sanctions on Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad

Mast paired up with the two leaders of the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee to introduce the  “Palestinian International Terrorism Support Prevention Act" which “imposes sanctions on foreign persons, agencies and governments that assist Hamas, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad or their affiliates.”
Andrew Gillum

Andrew Gillum, Florida Democrats Plan to Register Voters Across the State...

Former Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum showed this week that he wants to remain a force in Florida politics despite being edged by Republican Ron...