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Freshman U.S. Rep. Neal Dunn, R-Fla., is pushing for the states to regain more power from the federal government with the “10th Amendment Restoration Act” and has the support of a fellow North Florida Republican.
Weeks after the Trump-Xi Summit that took place in Mar-a-Lago, North Korea remains an active and ever-growing threat. While discussion between the two leaders on how to address the Kim regime’s illicit nuclear program was at times overshadowed by the U.S.
With the Trump administration pulling the United States out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership when it took office in January, a Florida Republican is looking for closer trade relations with one of the Asian nations that had been part of it.
Today is the anniversary of the day he enlisted
Seventy-five years after enlisting in the U.S. Army, Charles Moloney Sr. was honored for his service on Friday.
Moloney, a 95-year-old Gainesville resident who served as an airplane mechanic in World War II, joined the Army about four months after the attack on Pearl Harbor.
President Donald Trump tweeted that the Freedom Caucus must be fought. Rep. Ted Yoho, a Freedom Caucus member, wasn’t bothered.
President Donald Trump had a message Thursday for legislators who opposed the American Health Care Act.
Congressman Ted Yoho is sponsoring a pair of bills that could punish North Korea, as well as federal employees.
Yoho, R-Gainesville, is listed as a co-sponsor to a bipartisan bill (H.R.1644) introduced by Rep. Ed Royce, R-Calif., which calls to enhance sanctions on North Korea. Reps. Eliot Engel, D-N.Y., and Brad Sherman, D-Calif., are also listed as co-sponsors.
As Republicans ponder the best way to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama’s federal health care law, a conservative Florida Republican in Congress is looking to ensure the private sector will play a larger role.
Republican U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho has introduced a bill he says will give insurance companies flexibility while Congress tries to work out a replacement plan for ObamaCare.
JUDY WOODRUFF: Leading Republicans in the House of Representatives aim to pass their Obamacare replacement bill by the end of the month.
But the analysis of the legislation from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office yesterday may have complicated that timeline.