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Last week, a Florida congressman traveled to Puerto Rico to take part in a summit on Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) which he continues to champion in Congress.
U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Fla., and U.S. Rep. Jenniffer Gonzalez-Colon, R-PR, hosted the second American LNG Summit in Puerto Rico. Last year, Yoho hosted the first summit in Jacksonville.
SAN JUAN – Puerto Rico’s resident commissioner in the U.S. Congress, Rep. Jenniffer González, and Florida Rep. Ted Yoho will host the 2019 American LNG Summit Thursday, March 21 at the San Juan Convention Center.
Two Republicans representing North Florida in Congress--U.S. Reps. Ted Yoho and Mike Waltz--are championing a proposal to expedite natural gas exports, insisting their bill will help the First Coast.
North Korea’s threat to restart missile testing has American lawmakers looking for new ways to pressure the regime without risking the major conflict that had world leaders on high alert in 2017.
A column published last Sunday was factually incorrect about my stance and I would like to set the record straight using facts — not scorecards.
Two North Florida congressmen--Republican U.S. Rep. John Rutherford and Democrat U.S. Rep. Al Lawson--brought back a proposal to help veterans transition out of the service and into the civilian sector.
With thousands of supporters gathered in the streets of Venezuela, Juan Guaido defied government threats and returned home Monday, in a spectacle that analysts say could mark a major turning point in the global push to install the young opposition leader as his country’s rightful president and oust incumbent socialist President Nicolas Madurofrom power.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers complained to the Trump administration on Monday that its response to rights abuses against China’s Muslim minority was inadequate months after it said it was looking into imposing sanctions.
Two Florida Republicans are leading the charge on Capitol Hill to ensure Congress plays a role if the Trump administration decides to help Saudi Arabia with its efforts to achieve nuclear weapons.
North Korea and the United States have very different ideas of what an end to the North’s nuclear programs would look like, former Gov. Bill Richardson, who has dealt directly with Pyongyang in the past, told a Capitol Hill committee Tuesday.