Fighting for Florida

In recent days, the world has watched in horror as the Gaddafi regime has brutally massacred its own people for simply expressing their desire to live in a free and peaceful Libya.

Without hesitation, Americans should condemn the brutal Gaddafi regime and this wanton killing of civilians. We should unflinchingly support the Libyan people’s legitimate demands to build a freer and peaceful country.
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From his desk in our temporary office in the basement of the Dirksen Senate Office Building, Senator Rubio talks about the serious issues facing the Senate, including the budget, the two-year anniversary of the failed stimulus and the lessons learned from it, and his amendment that would end travel to states that harbor terrorists, including Cuba.
Washington, D.C. - Today, at a hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere, Peace Corps and Global Narcotics, Senator Marco Rubio challenged the Obama administration's policy easing regulations regarding travel and remittances to Cuba. Questioned by Senator Rubio, Assistant Secretary Arturo Valenzuela admitted both that there are "risks" to American citizens who would travel to Cuba under the Obama administration's new policy – especially in light of the case of Alan Gross – and that the Castro regime would financially benefit from the easing of travel regulations.
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Senator Marco Rubio took a moment today to address Floridians who have been asking for an update on the work taking place on their behalf in the U.S. Senate. During this "Week In Review," Senator Rubio discusses the State of the Union, a health care reform repeal bill and other issues that directly affect Floridians.