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Marco Rubio

Marco Rubio
Marco Antonio Rubio (born May 28, 1971) is an American politician and lawyer. Rubio was the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives during the 2007 and 2008 legislative sessions. He was first elected to the Florida House as a Republican on January 25, 2000, from the 111th district.
Marco Antonio Rubio (born May 28, 1971) is an American politician and lawyer. Rubio was the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives during the 2007 and 2008 legislative sessions. He was first elected to the Florida House as a Republican on January 25, 2000, from the 111th district. « Show less

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  • Obama and missile defense myths

    Obama and missile defense myths
    Hawks in the wild tend to be solitary creatures. But those in Washington, D.C., often appear in noisy flocks. As Russian President Vladimir Putin continues his predatory activities in Ukraine, conservatives here are unanimous on how the Obama...
  • Guillermo Martinez: Democracy a real sham in Correa's Ecuador

    Rafael Correa, President of Ecuador since 2007, is undoubtedly the best-educated leftist president in Latin America. He has two masters degree — one from Universite Catholique de Louvain in Belgium and another one from the University of Illinois...
  • Paul, Rubio lead potential Republican 2016 contenders in spending

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Groups supporting Senators Rand Paul and Marco Rubio lead the pack of potential Republican presidential candidates in spending money and investing in possible campaigns this year, more than 20 months before the first votes are...
  • Poll: Christie regaining, but Clinton trounces entire GOP field

    WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton isn't only the strong front-runner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, but she's well ahead of every potential Republican rival, according to a new McClatchy-Marist Poll. The former secretary of state rolled up...
  • Conservatives Rand Paul, Ted Cruz test U.S. presidential waters in New Hampshire

    (This April 12 story was corrected to change name of organizing group in the third paragraph to Americans for Prosperity Foundation from Americans for Prosperity) MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (Reuters) - Conservative Republican Senators Rand Paul and Ted...
  • Is Jeb Bush too old school for the new GOP?

    Is Jeb Bush's moment over? Not in his mind. The former governor of Florida says he's considering a campaign to become his family's third president, even though he dreads "getting back into the vortex of the mud fight." But as enticing as it is for the...
  • Wasserman Schultz presses lawmakers on minimum wage

    Wasserman Schultz presses lawmakers on minimum wage
    Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Weston is pressuring Republicans in Tallahassee as well as Washington to agree to raise the minimum wage -- or at least talk about it.  “Republicans have consistently been unwilling to work with us at...
  • Should Planned Parenthood open its Kissimmee clinic despite protests?

  • Are stricter requirements for Bright Futures scholarships fair?

  • Alan Gross hunger strike worries Cuban government

    MIAMI The Cuban government is "concerned" about the hunger strike declared by Alan Gross, a U.S. government subcontractor jailed in Havana for four years, and is willing to swap him for three Cuban spies in U.S. prisons, a senior official said Wednesday....
  • Secret social media outreach to Cuba scorned, praised

    Secret social media outreach to Cuba scorned, praised
    WASHINGTON — One influential senator called it a "cockamamie idea" bound to fail. But Cuban-American Republicans from South Florida on Tuesday defended a shadowy Twitter-like communications network that U.S. officials operated for more than two...
  • The GOP's 2016 handicap -- immigration

    In case you missed it, here's what former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush had to say last week when asked about people who come to America illegally to make better lives: "Yes, they broke the law, but it's not a felony. It's an act of love. It's an act of...