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ENG:Dennis Alan Ross (born October 18, 1959) is the U.S. Representative for Florida's 15th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. Early life, education, and business career Ross was the youngest of five children born to Bill and Loyola Ross. He attended Catholic school for nine years before graduating at Lakeland Senior High School in 1977. After high school, he attended the University of Florida before transferring to Auburn University where he graduated in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational Management. He then graduated from Samford University's Cumberland School of Law in 1987. Ross went to work in the newly developed micro-computer industry working for several companies. He went on to serve briefly as an Associate with the law firm of ...
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Freshman Rep. Dennis Ross Joins 5-for-5 Club


Freshman Rep. Dennis Ross (R-Fla.) joined NumbersUSA's 5-for-5 Club after cosponsoring House Judiciary Chairman Lamar Smith's E-Verify bill, H.R.2164, last week. Rep. Ross is the third freshman to join the 5-for-5 Club, but more importantly, the first Member of the House Immigration Subcommittee. He's also the first Member of the House Judiciary Committee to go 5-for-5. Rep. Ross represents Florida's 12th Congressional District after the seat was vacated by amnesty supporter Adam Putnam. Rep. Ross was identified as a "True Reformer" during the mid-term elections after completing NumbersUSA's ...


Ross Joins Colleagues to Ensure Am. Workers are Protected


Congressman Dennis A. Ross (R-FL), a member of the Education & workforce Committee and Chairman of the Oversight Subcommittee on Labor Policy, released the following statement upon introduction of H.R. 3904, The Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act. "This legislation serves to empower the individual laborer and not the labor bosses. By safeguarding privacy, ensuring free and fair elections and giving all affected employees a voice, the Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act is pro-worker and pro-free enterprise. The actions of an activist and out of control NLRB makes this bill ...


Ross to House GOP: Play Hardball with Obama on Free Trade


Pointing to a report released Friday showing the national unemployment rate rose to 9.1 percent, Florida Republican Congressman Dennis Ross came out swinging at the White House, calling for House Republicans to play hardball with the Obama administration to get free-trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and South Korea.Ross, a freshman member of Congress who chairs the Federal Workforce, Postal Service and Labor Policy Oversight Subcommittee, sent a letter to U.S. Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., demanding Republicans pull the plug on the Trade ...


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Rep. Ross Votes to Enhance Accountability of Government Employees
U.S. Rep. Dennis A. Ross (R-FL-15), Senior Deputy Majority Whip and a member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, voted today to allow for greater accountability among government employees and provide a longer evaluation period for federal employees in order to evaluate whether a prospective employee is a good candidate for permanent status. “Taxpayers deserve to be served by qualified employees who have demonstrated an ability to get the job done,” said Rep. Ross. “By giving supervisors more time to evaluate an employee, we are ensuring that tax dollars are being spent wisely in the management of our federal workforce.” More information: The EQUALS Act extends the probationary period for employees entering the competitive service or Senior Executive Service of the federal government. The bill would extend to two years the probationary period for new hires in the competitive civil service and to initial appointments as managers or superviso
Bipartisan Resolution Introduced to Stop CFBP Rule
WASHINGTON -- A group of House Republicans and Democrats on Friday introduced legislation to nullify a controversial rule that would effectively ban millions of consumers from accessing short-term, small-dollar credit. The rule was issued by the former director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) shortly before he left office. Short-term, small dollar credit is essential to nearly 12 million American consumers who have difficulty qualifying for many other types of credit. These loans may not fit the needs of all consumers in all circumstances but are often essential to help them meet their needs. Many people also use these short term loans to bridge an emergency such as an unexpected car repair or medical bills. These short-term, small-dollar loans are already regulated by all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Native American tribes. The CFPB’s rule would mark the first time the federal government has gotten involved in the regulation of these loans.
Congressman Ross Blasts Proposed Disaster Supplemental for Ignoring Florida Citrus Losses
U.S. Rep. Dennis A. Ross (R-FL-15), Senior Deputy Majority Whip, issued the following statement upon learning that Florida citrus growers were left out of the proposed supplemental relief package. “Floridians have been kicked to the curb in this proposed disaster supplemental, which lacks relief for Florida’s citrus growers who suffered immensely from this storm. The Florida delegation specifically requested this relief because there isn’t a citrus grove that wasn’t affected, with some experiencing 100 percent losses – worse than anything the industry has experienced in over 20 years. Agriculture is our state’s second-largest economic driver and these losses will have a detrimental impact on our state’s economy for decades. I cannot—I will not—support a proposal that leaves behind over 60,000 Florida jobs. I urge my colleagues in the Florida delegation to oppose it as well. I believe we have a duty to fight to ensure our citrus growers get the relief they need.”
Rep. Ross Praises Court's Rejection of CFPB Overreach in Leadership Dispute
U.S. Rep. Dennis A. Ross (R-FL-15), Senior Deputy Majority Whip and member of the House Financial Services Committee, praised U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Kelly’s ruling that denies Leandra English, who was named last week as acting director by outgoing CFPB chief Richard Cordray, a temporary restraining order to block OMB Director Mick Mulvaney from assuming the role of acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. “The Court was right to strike down former Director Cordray’s overreach in attempting to name a successor, and I am glad to see this refutation of the CFPB’s rich tradition of ignoring the will of the people and the rule of law,” said Rep. Ross. “Now is the time for the Trump administration and my colleagues in Congress to reform this unaccountable agency and prevent such a debacle from ever happening again.” Judge Kelly also noted there was not a substantial likelihood that the case would succeed on its merits. The Vacancies Reform A



 
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