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Rick Scott's Public Statements on Issue: Federal, State and Local Relations

Office: Governor (FL), Republican
Date Title
Jan. 6, 2017 Gov. Scott: Resources are Available for Those Affected by Fort Lauderdale International Airport Attack
Dec. 2, 2016 State Clearing Little River Zika Zone; Florida Still Waiting on Important Federal Funding
Oct. 19, 2016 Gov. Scott: Disaster Unemployment Assistance Now Available
Oct. 18, 2016 Note Regarding Federal Disaster Assistance Following Hurricane Matthew
Oct. 11, 2016 Gov. Scott: Additional $7 Million Allocated to Miami-Dade County to Combat Spread of Zika
Aug. 24, 2016 Gov. Scott: CDC Must Fully Fulfill Requests For Zika Resources
June 30, 2016 Army Corps to Decrease Lake Okeechobee Flows Following Gov. Scott's Emergency Declaration
June 29, 2016 Gov. Scott Declares State of Emergency in St. Lucie and Martin Counties Following Algal Blooms
June 23, 2016 Following Washington's Failure to Authorize Federal Zika Funding, Gov. Scott to Allocate $26.2 Million for Zika Preparedness
Oct. 5, 2015 Governor Scott Announces Distribution of Over $82 Million for Springs Restoration Projects Across Florida
Nov. 3, 2014 Governor Scott Announces US Supreme Court Agrees to Take Up Water Wars Case
April 29, 2013 Governor Scott Signs Legislation to Give School Districts Relief from Excessive and Unnecessary Regulations
July 30, 2012 Statement from Governor Rick Scott
June 12, 2012 CNN "John King, USA" - Transcript
June 12, 2012 Governor Scott Signs Legislation to Keep State-Chartered Financial Institutions from Being Pipelines for Money Supporting Terrorism
June 13, 2011 Letter to Orrin Hatch, Ranking Member of Senate Finance Committee and Fred Upton, Chair of House Energy and Commerce Committee - Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act
Oct. 15, 2010 Scott Praises Decision To Send Lawsuit Against Obamacare To Trial
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