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More than 50 years after Martin Luther King, Jr. offered his famous speech, while the African American community has experienced much progress through the end of segregation and Jim Crow laws, even today they still face obstacles towards achieving true equality, facing such challenges as police brutality and increased racial tensions.
Congressman Soto speaks on the life of Astronaut John Young;
During the first week of 2018, Congressman Darren Soto toured Florida's local Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Social Security Administration (SSA) offices located in Central Florida. While touring TSA, Representative Soto met with Jerry Henderson, TSA Federal Security Director at the Orlando International Airport. Mr.
As delivered on the House Floor on December 19, 2017.
Full transcript below:
A bill shepherded through the House of Representatives last week by U.S. Rep. Darren Soto to rename a Kissimmee post office for the Puerto Rican “Borinqueneers” U.S. Army regiment now is getting pushed in the U.S. Senate by Florida’s U.S. Sens.
Months later, the new arrivals keep coming.
Congressman Soto joined Valencia College leadership along with other Osceola officials and legislators to celebrate the opening of Valencia College's new campus in Poinciana – a dream made reality!