At the end of last week, Soto threw his support behind U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan’s, D-Ohio, “Working on Rewarding and Keeping Employees Resilient (WORKER) Act" which they insist is a “sweeping economic bill aimed at resolving prominent challenges to American labor and job markets.”
Jabbing Democrats in New York, Scott contrasted Florida’s business climate with the Empire State’s. Scott praised “Florida’s low taxes and business-friendly climate,” themes he focused on during his eight years as governor.
The RSLC announced on Friday that it was making “Ag America” which it described as the “nation’s top organization dedicated to electing and supporting Republican state agricultural leaders” one of its major caucuses.
Hastings, who was named senior whip by U.S. House Majority Whip James Clyburn, D-SC, last week, reached out to USAID Administrator Mark Green on the matter.
In just the third and fourth quarters of last year, there were around $166.4 billion in student loan delinquencies that have been in default for 90 days or more.
Hastings has also reeled in some major positions in the House.
Earlier this month, Scott pushed the British government on the issue, calling on Prince Charles to abandon his planned trip to Cuba and visit Florida to meet exiles from the communist regime instead. Scott wrote the British government on the matter.
Scott wrote U.S. Sec. of State Mike Pompeo and U.S. Treasury Sec. Steven Mnuchin on the matter, urging them “to consider all options in the fight to begin a new day of freedom for Cuba and Venezuela” which includes “stronger sanctions on Cuba, Venezuela and their allies as the United States works to spread democracy in Latin America and across the globe.”
Elected officials from across the Sunshine State--including the governor--are making a major push to convince President Donald Trump to base Space Command in Florida.
Scott, who sits on the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, doubled down on his pursuit of answers this week.