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The passage of two bills by the U.S. House of Representatives aimed at encouraging high-level visits between the two sides and promoting Taiwan’s participation in the World Health Organization, respectively, were welcomed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jan. 10.
Members of the U.S. House of Representatives are divided on whether to support a newly-minted bill aimed at abolishing the current U.S. sugar policy.
Florida Sports Talk is now Gainesville Ocala All Talk with Chip Morris, Adam Reardon and Buddy Martin
A familiar voice greeted Ocala radio listeners on the morning commute Monday. Chip Morris — a longtime broadcaster who also is a staple on local stages — returned to radio amid changes to the local Florida Sports Talk network.
Ted Yoho and Adam Smith
From his perch on the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee and as chairman of the U.S House Asia and the Pacific Subcommittee, U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Fla., continued his push for transparency as the Trump administration looks to reform the State Department and foreign aid.
The United States tax code has over 70,000 pages and roughly 3 to 4 million words. It is complicated, filled with special-interest loopholes, makes our companies less competitive and costs Americans countless hours in productivity just to file their returns. House Republicans want to change all of that.
Even as President Donald Trump continues his tour of Asia, two Florida Republicans have teamed up with two leading Democrats to bring out a proposal condemning the Chinese government’s handling of Tibet.
Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s Dictator and oppressor has launched over eighty missiles and detonated four nuclear weapons in his short six years as Supreme Leader of the oppressed nation of North Korea which has over 25 million people. His last nuclear detonation is claimed by North Korea to have been a hydrogen bomb approximately ten times more powerful than its last nuclear detonation.
Gainesville is under a state of emergency ahead of a Thursday speech from white nationalist Richard Spencer, and U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho has a message for his constituents.
One of the most significant challenges facing the future of American foreign policy is the ongoing reorganization planning at the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). Last week marked a milestone in that process, with State and USAID submitting their reform proposals to the White House.
The Sun’s June 29 editorial mischaracterized a letter sent to Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson. The letter does not call for an end to the Housing First approach.