Sunday, September 27, 2020
Only time will tell whether his negotiations are successful.
From his seats on both the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations and the Appropriations Committees, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is looking to amend the FY2019 Defense-LHHS Minibus appropriations bill to deal with the growing crises in the two Latin American nations. 
Rather than build a wall along the border as President Donald Trump has suggested, a Mexican-American immigration attorney who’s a Trump supporter says for economic reasons alone, it’s time to put politics aside and build consensus for immigration reform.
Two South Florida congresswomen are calling on the U.S. State Department to push Saudi Arabia to free at least a dozen women’s rights activists. 
With only token opposition in the GOP primary to see who challenges U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., in November, Gov. Rick Scott will be focused on South America this week. 
As party of the U.S. Delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, Frankel left no room for doubt that President Donald Trump’s meeting with other NATO leaders was fresh in her mind and she called out the president on Thursday. 
The bill adds “sanctions on government, military, or security officials who have undermined democracy in Cambodia or committed related human rights abuses.”
U.S. Sen, Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is leading the charge on Capitol Hill, calling for the U.S. to impose sanctions on groups that use human shields including Hamas, Hezbollah, Al Qaeda and ISIS.
Supporters of the legislation were desperate to tell the public that the measure, which ensures that city employees cannot ask about immigration status, did not make Orlando a sanctuary city. 
On Monday, the U.S. House approved a bill giving Americans impacted by international terrorism better access to the judicial system.