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Facebook PHOTO: Rep. Randy Fine with his Campaign Worker Jose Aguiar from infamous Palm Bay Racketeering/Drug Case Yesterday, Governor Desantis held a press conference in Juno Beach announcing the signing of HB 1091...
Less than 48 hours after literally kicking his feet up in anticipated victory of securing millions in funding for his 8 budget requests; he walked away from the table with $0.
Bill Posey joined 223 Democrats in supporting the bill sponsored by Michigan Democrat Debbie Dingell. 157 Republicans voted against it, and President Trump promises to veto it should it make it to his desk.
What is the IRLC? They are nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) public charity nonprofit demanding that our government take necessary and continuing actions to clean and restore the Indian River Lagoon. The IRLC seeks...
This column by MJ Waters posted on FloridaToday.com provides an excellent account of how much money has been collected to date, where the funds are being focused, and progress on several projects. January...
The City of Palm Bay Utilities Department is seeking for its City Council to pass an ordinance requiring all properties that have a line available to hook up to centralized water and sewer. According...
Press Release from Bill Posey's Office Washington, December 5, 2019 - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that it has awarded $4 million to help to create a competition to fund initiatives of the National...
District 53 State Representative Randy Fine's first bill for this upcoming legislative session is House Bill 153 "Indian River Lagoon (IRL) State Matching Grant Program." His bill seeks funding from the State of $50,000,000 in the form...

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