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ENG: Jefferson B. "Jeff" Miller (born June 27, 1959) is the U.S. Representative for Florida's 1st congressional district, serving since 2001. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district includes all of Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, and Washington Counties. Early life, education and career Miller was born in St. Petersburg, Florida. After graduating from high school, he went on to receive a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Florida in 1984. He was a real estate broker and a deputy sheriff before taking public office. Florida legislature Miller was a member of the Florida House of Representatives from 1998 to 2001. During his three years there, he was a member of the committees on Utilities & Telecommunications, Congressional ...
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9/11 attacks changed Congressman Jeff Miller's campaign


Jeff Miller was speaking to business leaders gathered at the New World Landing in downtown Pensacola on Sept. 11, 2001, when his pager started buzzing — and wouldn't stop. Upon finishing the speech, he checked the message. It was from his wife using a special numerical code they had devised for emergencies. When he called, she told him planes had crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City. Miller, stunned, climbed back onstage and shared the startling news with his audience. In a flash, the Republican nominee for the open congressional seat in Florida's 1st ...


Congressman unveils $3B jobs bill for vets


A $3 billion veterans’ employment bill was unveiled Thursday that is aimed at helping both new veterans and older veterans find jobs in a tough economy. Called the Veterans Opportunity to Work Act, or VOW Act, the bill mixes a combination of tweaking current programs and adding new ones in an effort that Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., the bill’s sponsor and the veterans’ committee chairman since January, said he hopes will help 400,000 veterans find jobs over the next two years. Miller’s committee plans a July 15 hearing to discuss his bill, HR 2433, and a similar measure ...


Jeff Miller Goes to Bat for Unemployed Veterans


Noting that almost a million veterans are out of work and the number seems to be rising, Florida Republican Congressman Jeff Miller this month introduced the Veteran Opportunity to Work (VOW) Act of 2011.Miller insisted that his bill, which will allow more veterans between the ages of 35 and 60 to attend community colleges and technical schools, would be an important step toward his ultimate goal of reducing the unemployment rate among veterans to below 5 percent.Miller, the chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Veterans Affairs, argues that his proposal will remove barriers in the system ...


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SENATE PASSES MILLER BILL HONORING SGT WILLIAM “KELLY” LACEY
Last night, the Senate passed legislation sponsored by Congressman Jeff Miller (R-FL-1) designating the United States Postal Service facility at 3957 2nd Avenue in Laurel Hill, Florida, as the "Sergeant First Class William 'Kelly' Lacey Post Office." The House of Representatives passed the legislation on May 23rd  of this year.  Army Sergeant First Class William “Kelly” Lacey was completing his second tour in Afghanistan when his life was tragically taken during a rocket propelled grenade attack. “Without question Sergeant Lacey embodied the true American spirit and that of a warrior,” Miller said. “He bravely dedicated his life to protecting our freedom and naming this Post Office after him in his home town is just a small way of saying thank you and memorializing his ultimate sacrifice.” Army Sgt. 1st Class William “Kelly” Lacey died on Jan. 4, 2014, while fending off attackers on his unit’s outpost in Nangarhar province in Afghanistan.  He died f
The VA’s strained relationship with the truth
The VA’s strained relationship with the truth By Jeff Miller The Denver Post July 9, 2016 http://www.denverpost.com/2016/07/09/the-vas-strained-relationship-with-the-truth/   The Department of Veterans Affairs has had a lot to say in recent years regarding its failed attempts at building VA hospitals. But the key question is whether VA officials’ construction-related pronouncements are to be believed. When it comes to the VA’s long and troubled history with major construction projects, American veterans and taxpayers deserve the truth, which it seems VA leaders are not providing. During a recent visit to the site of the VA hospital in Aurora — the biggest construction failure in VA history — Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson claimed he had planned to fire one VA employee for bungling the project, which is more than $1 billion over budget. According to Gibson, however, the employee in question retired before the firing commenced. It’s quite odd that
MILLER BILL HONORING SGT WILLIAM “KELLY” LACEY BECOMES LAW
President Barack Obama signed into law legislation sponsored by Congressman Jeff Miller (R-FL-1) designating the United States Postal Service facility at 3957 2nd Avenue in Laurel Hill, Florida, as the "Sergeant First Class William 'Kelly' Lacey Post Office."  Army Sergeant First Class William “Kelly” Lacey was completing his second tour in Afghanistan when his life was tragically taken during a rocket propelled grenade attack. “Without question Sergeant Lacey embodied the true American spirit and that of a warrior,” Miller said. “He bravely dedicated his life to protecting our freedom and naming this Post Office after him in his home town is just a small way of saying thank you and memorializing his ultimate sacrifice.” Army Sgt. 1st Class William “Kelly” Lacey died on Jan. 4, 2014, while fending off attackers on his unit’s outpost in Nangarhar province in Afghanistan.  He died from injuries sustained while protecting his fellow soldiers when enemy comb
Miller Applauds House Passage of VA Opioid Legislation
Today the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 4063, the Jason Simcakoski Promoting Responsible Opioid Management and Incorporating Scientific Expertise (PROMISE) Act. The bill would improve Department of Veterans Affairs opioid safety measures by directing all department hospitals to designate pain management teams, ensuring employees that prescribe opioid drugs receive proper training in pain management and safe opioid prescribing practices, and standardizing safe opioid utilization and tracking practices across the system.  The bill also increases accountability by requiring the directors of each VA hospital to certify employees have received the proper training in prescribing opioids. Finally, recognizing the need to ensure safe transition between the Department of Defense and VA, the bill requires an update of joint VA/DoD clinical practice guidelines. The PROMISE Act is named in honor of Marine Corps veteran Jason Simcakoski, who died of mixed drug toxicity while



 
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