Thursday, May 3, 2012

Bill nelson marco rubio

  • TAMPA, Fla. — Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson said Thursday that he is open to Republican Sen.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • TAMPA, Fla. - Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson said Thursday that he is open to Republican Sen. Marco Rubios plan to let young illegal immigrants remain in the United States, but he questioned whether it would solve the nations immigration problems.
  • (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
  • By DONNA CASSATA Associated Press TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson says hes open to Republican Sen. Marco Rubios plan to let young illegal immigrants remain in the United States but sees problems with the still-evolving legislation.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson is echoing President Obamas White House-talking points in bashing fellow Florida Sen.
  • (MiamiHerald.com)
  • Bill Nelson held a forum with students at the University to consider a compromise proposal on the DREAM Act by his Florida Republican colleague Marco Rubio.
  • (Tampa Bay Online)
  • Marco Rubio has lost no time paying an $8,000 civil penalty to with a 49 percent job approval rating in the latest Quinnipiac University poll, ahead of both Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) and Florida GOP Gov. Rick Scott.
  • (Roll Call Online)
  • Thomas, John W. Thornton Jr. and Robin L. Rosenberg — to Florida Sens. Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio. Thomas and Thornton are circuit judges in Miami-Dade County; Rosenberg is a circuit judge in Palm Beach County. Former Circuit Judge Cynthia G.
  • (Jupiter Courier)
  • The Florida Democratic Party is using it to raise money, by pointing out that Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson voted for it and Republican Sen. Marco Rubio did not.  At least Florida has one senator who stands for women, the party wrote in its fundraising solicitation.
  • (MiamiHerald.com)
  • Marco Rubio told a crowd at the Air Force Armament Museum on Rubio mentioned collaborations with Democratic Florida Sen. Bill Nelson, and even favorably quoted President Barack Obama.
  • (NW Florida Daily News)
  • Now we have Senator Marco Rubio Senator Rubio stated that while he literally supports the concept that the DREAM Act represents, he himself opposes such a measure and instead is putting forth his own version of the bill.
  • (Huffington Post)

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