Tag: restoring resilient reefs act
Marco Rubio Gets Support for Proposals to Help Infrastructure Deal With Severe Weather, Restoring...
This week, the U.S. Senate Climate Solutions threw its support behind U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio’s, R-Fla., “Restoring Resilient Reefs Act” and “Built to Last Act.” Rubio, who is a member of the caucus, weighed in...
Rick Scott Highlights Environmental Agenda in Letter to Michael Regan
In his letter, Scott also stressed the importance of ensuring Florida receives the funding and federal support needed to preserve our waterways, environment and natural resources.
Darren Soto Continues to Fight for the Restoring Resilient Reefs Act
Rubio was the chief sponsor in the Senate while Soto introduced it in the House and the two men reintroduced the proposal at the start of this year. While the U.S. Senate passed the bill at the end of last year the measure did not gain much traction in the U.S. House and failed to cross the finish line.
Florida Delegation Once Again Pushes the Restoring Resilient Reefs Act
Rubio was the chief sponsor in the Senate while Soto introduced it in the House and the two men reintroduced the proposal this week. While the U.S. Senate passed the bill last month, the measure did not gain much traction in the U.S. House and failed to cross the finish line.
Marco Rubio Gets Two Environmental Bills Through Senate Commerce Committee
Rubio’s “Restoring Resilient Reefs Act" and ”South Florida Coastal Clean Waters Act” sailed unanimously through the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee.
Marco Rubio: ‘Adaptive Solutions’ on Climate Change a Better Choice than Green New Deal
This week, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., took to a national newspaper to push back against the Green New Deal proposed by congressional Democrats and called for “adaptive solutions” to combat climate change.
Florida Delegation on Capitol Hill Champions Coral Reef Conservation
Members of the Florida congressional delegation are working together to push for updating and reauthorizing the “Coral Reef Conservation Act” which expired 15 years ago.