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Rubio: I Will Oppose Kendall Parkway Until Everglades Protection Is Guaranteed

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio announced Tuesday on NBC 6 Miami his objections to the planned Kendall Parkway expressway in light of the upcoming project review. The senator released the following statement on the proposed roadway project:

“One of the reasons why I decided to run for re-election in 2016 was to continue the momentum of recent years on Everglades Restoration," he said.

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Marco Rubio Perfectly Satisfied with Brett Kavanaugh

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio released the following statement Wednesday after meeting in Washington with Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh: 
 

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Progressive Caucus Announces Round 3 Endorsements

Susan Smith, president of the Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida, said Friday the DPCF has reviewed the third batch of candidates' voting records and responses to the group's questionnaire and assessed the strength of their campaigns. 

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Florida Progressive Caucus' Round Two Endorsements

Susan Smith, president of the Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida, on Thursday released aother round of August and November 2018 election endorsements.

In a press statement, the Caucus said, "The DPCF offers endorsements in races from U.S. Congress to city commission to highlight those progressive champions who will represent the interests of everyday Floridians and not just the fortunate few."

Here are the latest candidates the DPCF endorsed:

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White House: Senate Bill 10 EAA Southern Reservoir Is a 'Go'

The White House announced Tuesday its approval of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' request to seek approval from Congress for the Everglades Agricultural Area reservoir approved by the Florida Legislature in Senate Bill 10 (2017).

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Florida Seaports Report: Growth in Cargo and Cruise Continues

Cargo and cruise ship business at Florida seaports is booming. The Florida Ports Council's “Connecting Commerce: The 2018-2022 Five-Year Florida Seaport Mission Plan,” released Monday, provides the evidence in updated figures on international trade, cargo data and cruise activity.
 

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Tim Canova Wants Scott to Remove Broward Elections Supervisor

Democrat-turned-Independent Tim Canova called on Gov. Rick Scott Thursday to suspend and replace Brenda Snipes, the Broward County supervisor of elections who illegally destroyed the paper ballots cast in his Aug. 30, 2016 primary against Congressional District 23 incumbent Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Canova lost the election, pulling 43 percent of the vote to Wasserman Schultz's 56 percent. 

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Puerto Rico Congresswoman Jenniffer González-Colón Endorses Rick Scott

Puerto Rico Congresswoman Jenniffer González-Colón endorsed Gov. Rick Scott’s bid for U.S. Senate at an event Tuesday in Kissimmee. Congresswoman González-Colón recognized Scott’s continued work supporting Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria and his commitment to the Puerto Rican community.
 

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NSF Breaking Story: Court Grants Stay in Felons' Rights Battle

In a victory for Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet, the News Service of Florida (NSF) reports a federal appeals court Wednesday night blocked a lower-court ruling that set a Thursday deadline for revamping the state’s process of restoring felons’ voting rights. 

U.S. District Judge Mark Walker, finding that the current system of restoring rights is unconstitutional, ordered last month that the state quickly change the process. But a panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a stay of Walker’s order.

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RNC's $13.8 Million in March Breaks Party's Record

March fundraising numbers are in, says the Republican National Committee, and the RNC set a new fundraising record for the month of March. The Committee announced it raked in $13.8 million last month.
 

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