Jul 18 2019
I refuse to standby and do nothing while radical Islamic extremists - like Hamas - do everything in their power to reign terror on innocent people around the world. Keep reading to learn more about how I'm fighting to change that.
Jul 15 2019
For the first time ever, the Army Corps admitted to knowingly releasing toxic water from Lake Okeechobee to the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee. Check out the next #LakeOFactCheck to learn why that is so important.
Jul 12 2019
Strengthening America’s national security is - and always will be - one of my top priorities. Keep reading to learn more about the progress we made to help support servicemembers this week.
Jul 12 2019
Earlier this week the Army Corps of Engineers admitted - for the first time ever - that they knowingly discharged toxic water containing cyanobacteria and harmful algal blooms from Lake Okeechobee to our communities. Keep reading to find out what that means for our waters.
Jun 28 2019
After several weeks of partisan obstruction, House leadership finally set aside the politics and worked with us to pass legislation sending emergency relief funds to address the crisis at our border. Read more:
Jun 21 2019
This week I introduced a bill called the PROTECT Florida Act with one goal in mind: prioritizing the public health and safety of every single person in our state. Keep reading to learn more about what this means for our community.
Jun 12 2019
There is a massive human and environmental toll from the discharges to the Treasure Coast. And it's turning the Treasure Coast into the Tortured Coast. The Tortured Coast documentary series highlights the people and places being destroyed.
Jun 07 2019
This was a great week in our fight for clean water. In addition to fully funding the Tamiami Trail project, the House passed 4 important clean water bills! Keep reading to learn more...
Jun 07 2019
When the water tests 50x too toxic to touch and the toxic cyanobacteria is known to cause vomiting, liver disease, ALS, Alzheimer’s and more…that’s not just a “people problem” - it’s a massive, man-made human health crisis.
May 24 2019
We finally got the House Appropriations Committee to increase Everglades Restoration funding to $200 million for next year - nearly triple the amount we received last year! Keep reading for more.