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John Rutherford Backs Proposal Helping Law Enforcement Work Closer With Mental Health Providers

At the end of last week, U.S. Rep. John Rutherford, R-Fla., announced his support for U.S. Rep. David Trone’s, D-Mary., “Crisis Stabilization and Community Reentry Act.”
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Amazon Planning Major Facility in Deltona According to Reports

Citing sources with knowledge of the project, the Orlando Business Journal named Amazon as the company planning an 85-acre, 1.4 million-square-foot facility that would be built between Interstate 4 and North Normandy Boulevard.

Greg Steube: Women Should Not Have to Compete Against Biological Males in Sports

Steube brought out an amendment to the “Equality Act” which would “ensure that nothing in the bill could be construed to require biological females to compete against biological males in sports.”

Democrats Kill Greg Steube’s Proposal to Contact ICE When Illegal Immigrants Try to Buy...

"In rejecting this amendment, the Democrats have shown their true colors. It is clear they are not interested in preventing gun violence or stopping the illegal purchase of firearms, but rather they are only interested in limiting the rights of law abiding citizens to advance their own political agenda," Steube said.
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Debbie Mucarsel-Powell Announces Subcommittee Assignments

“I am excited to serve on these subcommittees and work on the issues that South Florida sent me to Congress to tackle: fixing our broken immigration system, keeping our country safe and our waters clean, and increasing our resilience to fight against climate change,” she said on Thursday. 

Ted Deutch Champions Status of the Sixth Amendment Act

Deutch, who chairs the U.S. House Ethics Committee, weighed in on Wednesday on why he had brought back the bill. 
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Debbie Mucarsel-Powell Named to House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee

Weighing in on her new assignment, the South Florida Democrat said she planned to use her new post to help rebuild infrastructure and to push green alternatives to traditional energy.