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On Fifth Anniversary of Terrorist Attack, Senate Joins House in Making Pulse Nightclub a...

Barbara Poma, the owner of Pulse, has launched the onePULSE Foundation “to memorialize the tragedy and ensure that Pulse’s legacy of love, acceptance and hope will never be lost” including building a museum slated to open in 2022.
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Marco Rubio Speaks on Pulse Nightclub Attack Anniversary: ‘We Must Remain Vigilant’ Against Terrorism

Rubio spoke on the Senate floor to recognize the five-year anniversary and honor the victims of the tragic terrorist attack at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub.  
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House Once Again Backs Making Pulse Nightclub a National Memorial Site

On June 12, 2016, a terrorist killed 49 people and wounded 68 people at the Pulse nightclub which was popular with the LGBT community in Central Florida. Barbara Poma, the owner of Pulse, has launched the onePULSE Foundation “to memorialize the tragedy and ensure that Pulse’s legacy of love, acceptance and hope will never be lost” including building a museum slated to open in 2022.
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Florida’s Senators Offer Resolution Honoring the Lives Lost at the Pulse Nightclub Shooting

Florida Republican U.S. Sens. Marco Rubio and Rick Scott teamed up on the resolution which passed the U.S. Senate without opposition. 
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Marco Rubio Wants Survivors of Terrorism to Have Automatic Student Loan Deferments

“After the terrorist attack at Pulse nightclub, my office was able to assist one young man who suffered injuries that may have prevented him from pursuing his career, ultimately making it difficult for him to repay his student loans on time,” Rubio said.
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Rick Scott Takes to Senate Floor to Honor 49 Lives Lost in Attack on...

On Tuesday, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., introduced a resolution, which was passed by unanimous consent, honoring the 49 lives lost in the terror attack on Pulse Nightclub in Orlando three years ago.
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Marco Rubio Wants to Make It Tougher for Suspected Terrorists to Buy Guns

Rubio reintroduced the “Terror Intelligence Improvement Act” which, his office insisted, will “make it harder for suspected terrorists to purchase firearms” and “provide more authority for law enforcement agencies to go after suspected terrorists, while safeguarding law-abiding citizens’ Second Amendment and due process rights.”
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