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LIVE OAK, Fla. — U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho hiked with around 30 opponents to the Sabal Trail pipeline through Suwannee River State Park’s Big Oak Trail in north Florida to look at sinkholes near the proposed route.
California lawmakers, distressed by the number of veterans experiencing difficulties accessing benefits, want to use their congressional allowance to pay to train members of their staffs to access veterans’ records.
Looking to speed up the backlog of VA claims, two Florida congressmen teamed up this week on a bill giving congressional offices read only access on claims.
On May 4, 27 Members of Congress, led by Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) and Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL), sent a bipartisan letter to President Obama urging him to maintain his opposition to the transfer shoulder-fired surface-to-air missiles (“MANPADS”) to Syrian combatants.
Rand Paul, Ted Yoho and Chris Murphy
Saying it’s long past time for the legislative branch to rein in President Obama and his successors, a conservative Republican congressman is bringing forth legislation to create a new permanent House committee to stop the president from exceeding the powers outlined in the Constitution.
Death and taxes — you can't escape either and both are events we can do without. Whether you filed your income taxes early or waited till the last minute, tax day casts a dark shadow on your calendar. In a perfect world, the Internal Revenue Service would not exist and tax day would just be another day.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. —The Jacksonville Port Authority unveiled Monday a new facility it is calling a game changer for the River City’s global trade competitiveness.
The first rail cargo operations are getting underway at the Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF). The $30 million facility was funded through state and federal grants.
House Republicans are bringing back efforts to strip federal funding from cities and counties that don’t help enforce federal immigration laws.
Florida Rep. Ted Yoho is one of dozens of lawmakers urging the Appropriations Committee in a letter to defund “sanctuary cities.”
With major U.S. trade initiatives working their way between the legislative and executive branches, the future of U.S. trade policy has taken center stage in the 2016 presidential contests. As candidates make their way through the various primaries in both manufacturing and agricultural states, each is outlining their plans for how they might make better deals for the United States.