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Florida Senators Welcome State Department Designating Chinese Policies Against Uyghurs as Genocide

On the last full day of the Trump administration, the U.S. State Department made that designation on Tuesday. 
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Rick Scott: Congress Needs to Investigate WHO for Covering Up for China Over Coronavirus

“As soon as Congress is back in session, there should be a hearing, along with a full investigation, to review whether American taxpayers should continue to spend millions of dollars every year to fund an organization that willfully parroted propaganda from the Chinese Communist Party,” Scott added.
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Matt Gaetz: Congress Needs to Stop Coronavirus Relief Funds From Going to Chinese Companies

This week, U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., offered a proposal to ensure that coronavirus relief funds allocated by Congress will not be sent to businesses connected to the Chinese regime.
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Rick Scott: Time to Stop American Companies that Sell to Huawei

Noting that the federal government “has determined” Huawei “to be a national security threat and continues to be a bad actor across the globe,” Scott pointed out American “exports to Huawei have been banned, but some U.S. companies are finding ways around the blacklisting, including supplying Huawei through subsidiaries or partners in foreign countries.” His bill would close that loophole.
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Marco Rubio: US Needs to Create 5G Alternative to Chinese Backed Huawei, ZTE

Heavily subsidized by China’s government and the Chinese Communist Party, Huawei is poised to become the leading commercial provider of 5G, which will have far-reaching effects for U.S. economic and national security.
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Florida Senators, Congressman Urge Miami International Airport to Guard Against Threats From China

In the letter, the members wrote that “CIMC-Tianda has already been found guilty of industrial espionage by a U.S. Federal District court in Houston, TX. The decision ruled that CIMC-Tianda misled a company into a transfer of its business and design information as it relates to passenger boarding bridges.
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