Friday, May 24, 2019
Rubio and other Senate Republicans--including Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Joni Ernst of Iowa and Mike Lee of Utah--met with Trump, an advisor to her father in the White House, to talk about family leave on Wednesday. 
A heavy favorite to win reelection, Gelber showcased his accomplishments as mayor, including creating an inspector general’s office for the city, passing a GO Bond program to help more than 50 capital projects, education reform, expanding city trolleys and adding police officers to every public school.
On Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., the new chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, convened a hearing titled “Oversight of the U.S. Small Business Administration,” with U.S. Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon testifying.
Lawson took part on a U.S. House Financial Services Committee focused on “Homeless in America: Examining the Crisis and Solutions to End Homelessness.” 
This week, even as the national debt reached the $22 trillion mark, U.S. Rep. Dan Webster, R-Fla., doubled down on his efforts to reduce federal spending, showcasing his efforts by returning part of his congressional salary. 
After months of debate, the Daytona Beach City Commission passed one of the strictest panhandling ordinances in the nation. The new ordinance basically allows no panhandling anywhere within 150 feet of an intersection. 
West insisted the rise of the New York congresswoman underscores the need to return the House to the GOP come 2020. 
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is leading senators from both sides of the aisle to push for Congress to move quickly in passing disaster supplemental funding legislation to help Americans recover from recent disasters, including Hurricane Michael which hit the Panhandle in October. 
“While I was recovering from my injuries, I saw firsthand the important role that dogs play in helping veterans recover from war’s physical and psychological tolls,” Mast said. “For too long, the VA has gotten away with conducting these harmful—sometimes fatal—experiments on dogs. These tests are abusive, waste taxpayer dollars and must be stopped.”
Gov. Ron DeSantis has hit the ground running and, after a little more than a month in office, has won strong support in Florida.