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Florida’s Democratic members of Congress are expressing outrage over Tuesday evening’s firing of FBI Director James Comey and saying it solidifies their demands for an independent investigation into ties between President Donald Trump and Russia.
The atmosphere in Washington is extremely partisan and highly toxic.
And there is absolutely nothing to suggest that will change anytime soon.
But that still hasn’t deterred U.S. Rep. Al Lawson.
UPDATE: U.S. Rep. Al Lawson, D-Tallahassee, is also attending. The HUD news release made no mention of that; a spokesman told the Buzz that "we recently confirmed his participation."
HUD Secretary Ben Carson, along with Sen. Marco Rubio, this afternoon will tour a federally subsidized housing project in Jacksonville that has come under heavy criticism.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – On Tuesday, HUD Secretary Ben Carson toured Eureka Gardens - the first time the organization's leader toured the apartment complex.
“I don’t think you can come here a year ago and come here today and not be optimistic about the future,” said Sen. Marco Rubio.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson made his first trip to Jacksonville for a tour of the troubled Eureka Garden housing complex Tuesday.
He met with residents and local officials, laying out his plans to reform the public housing system.
After just weeks on the job, new U.S. Housing Secretary Ben Carson personally toured a troubled subsidized housing complex in West Jacksonville on Tuesday.
The Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act is an exercise in smoke and mirrors.
The Eureka Garden complex has been a focus of politicians in the last couple of years, with Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry, Sen. Marco Rubio, Jacksonville City Councilman Garrett Dennis, and Rep. Al Lawson all demanding
Jacksonville, FL - Florida’s entire Congressional delegation is reviving the push to get a nuclear carrier to Naval Station Mayport.
It seems like everything in Capitol Hill these days is split down party lines.
That's certainly the case for your local lawmakers when it comes to the President's proposed $1.15 trillion budget.