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ENG:Thomas J. "Tom" Rooney(born November 21, 1970) is the U.S. Representative for Florida's 17th congressional district, serving in Congress since 2009. He is a member of the Republican Party. Early life Tom Rooney was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. When Tom was 14 his father, Patrick J. Rooney Sr., moved to Palm Beach Gardens, Florida where the family owned a dog track and gambling business. He graduated from the Benjamin School in North Palm Beach, Florida in 1989. In college, Rooney played football for Syracuse University and Washington & Jefferson College outside of Pittsburgh where he earned his B.A. in English Literature. He was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Rooney attended the University of Florida where he received his M.A. in Political Science. After that ...
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Rooney Statement on Debt Limit Vote

U.S. Rep. Tom Rooney (FL-16) today issued the following statement after voting in favor of the Budget Control Act of 2011: “This vote sends a message to the American people that while we still have significant work left to do, we heard their demands in November to cut spending and get government under control. President Obama and Congressional Democrats began this debate by requesting a so-called clean increase in the debt limit – basically, a blank check to continue their spending binge. We successfully changed the debate from, ‘How much can we spend?’ to, “How ...

Cutting through farm red tape

Across the country, and particularly here in Florida, the high costs of excessive government regulation and red tape are threatening to drive farmers out of business. Small farmers, who have fewer resources to keep up with the growing number of federal mandates, are being hit especially hard. The bipartisan support for putting an end to many of the costly, unnecessary regulations that are making it difficult for our farmers to make ends meet and feed our country was evident at a U.S. House Agriculture Committee hearing I attended earlier this year. Our witness was Environmental Protection ...

Tom Rooney: Stimulus II not the answer

Stimulus II not the answer; long-term solutions are 'New, pro-growth agenda that focuses on relief from costly mandates, permanent tax code reforms, and real spending cuts' necessary Listening to President Barack Obama's jobs speech, as he called for a new $447 billion stimulus package, I had a sense of déjà vu. Massive federal spending on construction projects and aid to states — haven't we heard this before? The president's new stimulus plan looks like his last stimulus plan, which he promised would keep unemployment below 8 percent. Instead, unemployment has stayed ...

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