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ENG: Marco Antonio Rubio (born May 28, 1971) is the junior United States Senator from Florida (2011–present). A member of the Republican Party, he previously served as Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives (2007–2009). Born to a family of Cuban exiles, Rubio was raised in Miami, Florida and Las Vegas, Nevada. He attended Tarkio College and Santa Fe College before graduating from the University of Florida. He earned his law degree from the University of Miami School of Law in 1996 while interning for U.S. Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen. In the late 1990s he served as a City Commissioner for West Miami. Rubio was elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 2000, representing the 111th House district. He was elected Speaker in November 2006. Rubio announced ...
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Rubio Voices Support for Superintendent Carvalho’s Appeals


In a video statement, Senator Marco Rubio has voiced his support for appeals by Superintendent Alberto M. Carvalho asking the State Board of Education to keep Miami Edison and Miami Central senior high schools open. “Well, we all believe in educational progress, and the point of the law is to measure how schools improve,” said Senator Rubio. “The problem with both Edison and Miami Central is that these schools started in a place off the chart. They were so low on the chart in terms of where they were coming from. They have made tremendous progress, and I hope the state will ...


Rubio says the USA will pay Russia $50 million per astronaut


The July 8, 2011, launch of space shuttle Atlantisfrom Kennedy Space Center in Florida marked the end of NASA's shuttle program after three decades.On CBS the day before the launch,Republican U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio voiced concernsabout letting the shuttle program lapse, and made a point about the cost the United States will incur while the program is dormant."From now on, we are going to have to pay the Russians $50 million an astronaut to send Americans to the space station. And we have no plans to have anything in place to replace the shuttle any time before 2016," Rubio said. "For ...


Rubio: Obama Uses the Language Of A Third-World Leader


Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) was very disappointed in President Obama’s class-warfare press conference yesterday… describing it on the floor of the Senate as “the kind of language that you would expect from the leader of a third-world country, not the President of the United States.” All restraint on power abandoned, defeated legislation like the DREAM Act enforced through decree, disfavored legislation like the Defense of Marriage Act ignored, government muscle used to trash targeted companies like Boeing on behalf of labor unions, leaders with fabulously opulent ...


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ICYMI: Rubio: Overcoming Obama's Neglect of Latin America
Overcoming Obama’s Neglect of Latin America By Senator Marco Rubio National Review Online April 9, 2015 http://www.nationalreview.com/article/416686/overcoming-obamas-neglect-latin-america-marco-rubio  Not that long ago, when the Western Hemisphere’s leaders would gather at the Summit of the Americas, the only price of admission was to be the duly elected representatives of democratic nations. In recent summits, that democratic requirement has been tested, as Latin American leaders who came to power by winning elections then became authoritarian rulers who have weakened democratic institutions, taken over media outlets, arrested or intimidated political opponents, and stolen elections. As the next Summit gets underway in Panama this weekend, that democratic prerequisite is sadly being fully discarded as Cuban dictator Raúl Castro participates for the first time. Allowing a brutal dictator to attend undermines the future of democracy in the region. Already we&rsq
Rubio: Summit Of The Americas Going From Bad To Worse
Washington, D.C.– U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) issued the following statement regarding Wednesday’s beating by Cuban regime thugs of several American citizens and Cuban dissident leaders who were in Panama City, Panama for the Summit of the Americas: “Things at the Summit of the Americas have gone from bad to worse, and it’s clear that the Cuban regime feels there are no consequences for continuing their human rights abuses, even on foreign soil. Cuban regime thugs beat up several Cuban dissident leaders and American citizens visiting Panama for the summit. Panamanian authorities subsequently detained this group after being attacked and at one point reportedly threatened to deport them, while letting the Cuban regime attackers walk free. “It’s hard to imagine a more sickening start to this summit. It’s reflecting poorly on Panama, reminding us of the true nature of the Castro regime, and showing just how naïve President O
Rubio: Overcoming Obama’s Neglect of Latin America
Not that long ago, when the Western Hemisphere’s leaders would gather at the Summit of the Americas, the only price of admission was to be the duly elected representatives of democratic nations. In recent summits, that democratic requirement has been tested, as Latin American leaders who came to power by winning elections then became authoritarian rulers who have weakened democratic institutions, taken over media outlets, arrested or intimidated political opponents, and stolen elections. As the next Summit gets underway in Panama this weekend, that democratic prerequisite is sadly being fully discarded as Cuban dictator Raúl Castro participates for the first time. Allowing a brutal dictator to attend undermines the future of democracy in the region. Already we’ve seen more evidence of the summit’s being influenced by Cuba than of Cuba’s being influenced by the summit’s principles supporting democracy. This past weekend, members of Cuba’s real
Senators Urge China To Release Detained Political Prisoners
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL), chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere, Transnational Crime, Civilian Security, Democracy, Human Rights, and Global Women’s Issues, Barbara Boxer (D-CA), ranking member of the subcommittee, Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) today called on China to release all political prisoners detained for the peaceful exercise of their fundamental rights. In a letter to Chinese Ambassador Cui Tiankai, the senators highlighted the cases of five women’s rights activists who were detained March 6 and 7 on charges of creating a disturbance by planning to raise public awareness about sexual harassment in conjunction with International Women’s Day on March 8, and urged their immediate and unconditional release. The senators also urged the release of 2010 Noble Peace Prize recipient Liu Xiaobo and human rights attorneys Pu Zhiqiang and Xu Zhiyong. “According



 
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