Tuesday, February 19, 2019
On Monday, Soto brought out the “AI Jobs Act” which “will authorize the Department of Labor to work with businesses and educational institutions to create a report analyzing the future growth of artificial intelligence and its impact on American workforce.”
“I am eager to continue my role on the Appropriations Committee to ensure that precious taxpayer dollars are spent wisely while working to promote our national priorities, like a robust national defense, a secure border, and enhanced resources for our veterans,” Rutherford said.
SeaWorld noted the orca started showing signs of sickness on Saturday afternoon. She was given care around the clock but could not survive. 
“This is serious,” Waltz added. “We need to secure our border, we need to reform our immigration system, we need to reopen the government, and I’m standing here in an empty building ready to do that.”
This week, Crist paired up with U.S. Reps. Matt Cartwright, D-Penn., Garret Graves, R-La., and Walter Jones, R-NC, to bring out the “Spam Calls Task Force Act” which will create a federal task force to cut down on spam calls. Crist’s office insisted these calls are a “growing problem” to people across the nation. 
On Thursday, Scott filed an amendment to the GOP funding bill, looking to add $600 million for Puerto Rico to use for disaster recovery.
DeSantis tapped Ertel, who served more than a decade as Seminole County elections supervisor, to be Florida’s Secretary of State at the end of December. 
DeSantis is in better shape than Florida’s two U.S. senators.
Mason Dixon released a poll on Thursday morning which shows President Donald Trump getting mixed marks in the Sunshine State. 
Scott announced his support for the proposed amendment introduced by Cruz and U.S. Rep. Francis Rooney, R-Fla. Under the amendment, senators would be able to serve two six-year terms while members of the House would be able to serve three two-year term.