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ENG:Theodore E. "Ted" Deutch (born May 7, 1966) is the U.S. Representative for Florida's 21st congressional district. He first won election to Congress during a special election in April 2010 in Florida's 19th district. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He previously served in the Florida Senate. In 2012, due to redistricting, he ran for and won re-election in Florida's 21st district. Early life, education, and law career Deutch was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the son of Jean (née Mindlin) and the late Bernard Deutch, who earned a Purple Heart during World War II. His grandparents were Jewish immigrants from Lithuania and Russia. Deutch graduated from the University of Michigan, where he served as Editor-in-Chief of Consider magazine, and the University of Michigan ...
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Deutch pitches $5 bil. 'infrastruc.bank' plan to cement firm


Putting $5 billion in federal money into a "national infrastructure bank" would create jobs and reduce the deficit, U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Boca Raton, told officials from the world's largest cement company Tuesday afternoon. During a visit to Cemex Corp. offices here, Deutch pitched a Democratic bill to create an infrastucture bank, which would combine federal start-up money with private investment to finance road, bridge, electricity and broadband projects around the United States. Versions of an infrastructure bank were touted by then-candidate Barack Obama in 2008 and by a combination of ...


Rep. Ted Deutch: Restrict Travel of Incoming OPEC President


Congressman Ted Deutch (D-FL) sent Secretary of State Hillary Clinton a letter urging the United States to impose sanctions restricting the travel of Rostam Ghasemi, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) General recently appointed as Iran’s new oil minister and slated to assume the presidency of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). As noted by theWall Street Journaleditorial board this morning, Ghasemi is “the former head of Khatam al-Anbia, a Guards-controlled engineering firm that has been designated by the U.S., the EU, and the U.N. for its role in ...


Deutch Introduces Legislat. to Boost Ocean Generated Energy


Congressman Ted Deutch (D-FL) introduced legislation with Congressman Jay Inslee (D-WA) and Congressman Don Young (R-AK) to harness the energy generated by America's oceans. Florida's 19th district is home to the Southeast Marine Renewable Energy Center, Florida Atlantic University's nationally-renowned marine energy research institute. The Marine and Hydrokinetic Renewable Energy Promotion Act would boost research grants, loans, and tax incentives available for scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs working to develop and deploy ocean-generated energy for America's consumers. "The federal ...


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Rep. Deutch Co-Introduced Bill to Offer Medicare Buy-In for Older Americans
As the national dialogue heats up around healthcare and Americans are seeking real solutions that address their long-term needs, Congressman Ted Deutch (FL-22) joined with Congressmen Brian Higgins (NY-26), John Larson (CT-01), and Joe Courtney (CT-02) to introduce the “Medicare Buy-In and Healthcare Stabilization Act,” a bill that improves on the successes of the Medicare program and provides middle-age Americans a new option for affordable, quality healthcare.  The Medicare Buy-In Act will lower the Medicare eligibility age to 50 years and offer the option to buy-in to Medicare, thus avoiding the increase in premiums that older Americans often face. Additionally, working Americans who wish to buy into the program would have the option to do so, and their employers could continue to contribute to their premiums pre-tax, a win-win for those employers and employees. The buy-in option will hold down costs in both Medicare and the private market. Congress approved legislation
Rep. Deutch Leads 148 Members Calling on Sec. Price to Restore Teen Pregnancy Prevention Grants
(Washington) Congressman Ted Deutch (FL-22) led 148 of his colleagues in a letter to Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price requesting an explanation for the abrupt cancellation of the 5-year Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (TPPP) grants. The grants were initially awarded in 2015 with funding through Fiscal Year 2020. "Since Congress established TPPP in 2010, this unique and innovative program has served more than a million young people, trained more than 7,000 professionals, and supported partnerships among more than 3,000 community-based organizations across the country," the Members state in the letter. "Grounded in evidence and committed to quality implementation, evaluation and innovation, TPPP has supported a local approach to the healthy development of young people and helped to reduce unintended teen pregnancies to historic lows." The only organizations in Florida to receive the TPPP grant are located in South Florida. OIC of South Florida, base
Reps. Deutch, Ros-Lehtinen Hold Hearing on Bob Levinson, Other Americans Held in Iran
(Washington) Today, Congressman Ted Deutch (FL-22), Ranking Member of the Middle East and North Africa Subcommittee, and Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Chairman of the Middle East and North Africa Subcommittee, held a hearing titled “Held for Ransom: The Families of Iran’s Hostages Speak Out.” Doug Levinson, son of Bob Levinson of Coral Springs, testified alongside others with detained family members. Bob Levinson, missing for over 10 years, is the longest held American civilian hostage in history. Congressman Deutch introduced a resolution calling on the Iranian government to do more to bring Bob home safely to his family. Congressman Deutch's opening remarks can be viewed by clicking the image. A transcript of his remarks can be found below. "Thank you, Madam Chairman. "I want to thank you for holding this hearing today. "You have been a champion for these families and the families o
Rep. Deutch Statement on Pres. Trump's Ban on Transgender Soldiers
Congressman Ted Deutch (FL-22), Vice Chair of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus, issued this statement following President Trump's announcement that the U.S. military would not allow transgender Americans to openly serve: "President Trump’s mean-spirited decision to exclude qualified and dedicated Americans from our military has no legitimate justification. This is discrimination against qualified Americans, and the policy has no basis in military need or legal authority. "These are Americans, period. Transgender soldiers are just as committed as their fellow cisgender soldiers to defend our nation and our American principles. In fact, transgender Americans serve in the military at higher rates than the general population, and surveys have shown transgender veterans’ willingness to return to service if they were allowed to openly. We’re holding back our military from being the very best by denying skilled and honorable soldiers from our ranks. This decision is hateful



 
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