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Winter Garden, FL- The LULAC Council of Central Florida held its first immigration summit at Polk State College.
Kissimmee, FL- It was a proud moment on a day more than 50 years in the making.
With his family on hand, Manuel Rodriguez patiently waited as U.S. Rep. Darren Soto, D-Fla., presented him with the Vietnam Gallantry Cross with bronze palm for valor.
Washington, DC- Today, the entire Florida Democratic Congressional delegation sent a letter to Florida Secretary of State Laurel Lee pressing her to bolster election security and improve Floridians' access to vote for next year's election and requesting information about these efforts.
On Aug. 5, U.S. Rep. Darren Soto (D-Winter Haven) met with a group of east Polk County mayors and commissioners to request local resolutions in support of his federal efforts to extend the SunRail commuter train line from Poinciana, where it currently ends, into Haines City, Lake Alfred, Auburndale and Lakeland in the coming years.
The comments were made before twenty Democratic presidential hopefuls debate for a second time in Detroit on Tuesday and Wednesday night.
Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried and Congressman Darren Soto say retaliatory tariffs on American goods are hurting Florida farmers.
U.S. Rep. Darren Soto has steadily built a legislative career the old-fashioned way, building both partisan and cross-aisle alliances one issue, one bill, one idea at a time for many years.
A bill that can help provide more funding for Guam’s healthcare by increasing the island’s Medicaid cap is making progress in the U.S. Congress.
Facebook Inc. got a preview Wednesday of what to expect next week when executives come to testify about plans to launch Libra, a digital currency and online payment system.
The U.S. House of Representatives has approved the first federally funded economic impact study of toxic algae blooms since 2006 and a proposal to increase funding for research into ways to mitigate or stop red tide outbreaks by $2 million to $12 million.