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Florida Republicans Warn Party—Change Immigration Policy or GOP Will Die

Prominent Republicans with ties to Florida's immigration business community are furious with one of the Sunshine State's newest member of Congress—Senator Rick Scott—and the party's refusal to support legislation that would act as a stepping stone toward making inroads with Latino voters.

Republicans Threaten to Oppose Coronavirus Stimulus Over Unemployment Aid

The four GOP lawmakers chalked up the conflict to a "drafting error." That mistake, they contended, would inadvertently incentivize low-wage earners to seek unemployment rather than remain at their current job because they could potentially receive more money through unemployment benefits.

Senators Propose New Impeachment Rules for House and Senate

Two U.S. senators proposed separate legislation that would change rules governing the impeachment of government officials, after impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump ended in acquittal by the Senate.

Americans Should Get Tax Cuts as Relief from Trade War Impact: Rick Scott

"They've got to start being a partner. They're not a partner. So I think anything we raise in tariffs, we ought to give back to the rank and public in tax reductions so it doesn't impact American families. We've got to help American farmers open up more markets around the world," Scott said.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and GOP Senator Rick Scott Trade Blows

Rick Scott's lack of "critical thinking + honesty is embarrassing to the institution," the Democratic congresswoman said. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has "embarrassed [Democrats] to the point of irrelevance already," the GOP senator fired back.

Judge Rules Rick Scott Can Oversee His Own Election

"Scott has toed the line between imprudent campaign-trail rhetoric and problematic state action," said U.S. District Court Judge Mark Walker in his ruling. "But he has not crossed the line."

Rick Scott, Bill Nelson Headed for a Recount

The margin of less than half a percentage point, a difference of just 34,537 votes of the more than 8 million cast, means that a recount is required by Florida law.