Rubio Releases Labor Report: “The State of the Working (And Non-working) Man”

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) released a report ahead of Labor Day on the problems working-age American men face in fulfilling their vital role as providers.  The report, titled “The State of the Working (And Non-Working) Man,” chronicles the disappearance of jobs paying a family wage, the explosion in the cost of middle-class goods, and…

May 2, 2023


“We know these Chinese companies do not play by the rules,” Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) said. “There is absolutely no reason the retirement savings of service-members and federal employees should be funding companies working with the Chinese government and military.”

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