On Friday, U.S. Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., brought out the “Freedom from Regulating Edible Supplies and Horticulture Trucking Act” (FRESH Trucking Act) which, he insists, will “improve safety conditions for commercial agricultural drivers by eliminating harmful regulations that can result in dangerous driving practices and spoilage of products.”
Spano, who sits on the U.S. House Small Business Committee, joined U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot, R-Ohio, who leads Republicans on the committee, on a video conference call with six regional chambers of commerce.
Shalala's bill would ensure accreditors “respond to complaints, monitor and assess an institution’s records of student complaints, and submit such complaints to the Secretary and state agency as appropriate” and makes them “review teach-out plans and agreements when they see signs of a potential school closure.”
Every Republican in the U.S. Senate outside of U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, who voted to remove President Donald Trump from office earlier this year, were named to the panel including U.S Sens. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and Rick Scott, R-Fla.
While it is true that overall union membership has declined in recent decades, public-sector unions have grown though they have stabilized in recent years.
Frankel and Brooks rounded up 75 members of the U.S. House to send a letter to U.S. Sec. of State Mike Pompeo calling on him “to ensure that women are included in Afghan peace negotiations and that any agreement protects Afghan women’s rights.”
With growing concerns about the economy and the impact a trade war with China will have on it, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., has a solution--and the White House is listening.
“The trucking industry is victim to bureaucratic rules that delay deliveries and hinder safety procedures,” Steube said on Tuesday.
As of Wednesday morning, Scott was up with more than 34,500 votes out of 8.1 million total votes. That means Scott’s margin of victory is less than one half of one percent--meaning a recount is in the works.
Rubio first introduced this bill in March of 2018, following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland. That same year, Florida implemented its own red flag law, which has provided Florida law enforcement agencies with the ability to carry out more than a thousand risk protection orders.