Rep. Carlos Curbelo

United States Congress FL District 26

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The 265 members of Congress who sold you out to ISPs, and how much it cost to buy them (for Curbelo it was $45,700)


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Bolstered by the White House’s apparent interest in protecting at least one group of unauthorized immigrants, Miami Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo on Thursday refiled legislation that would allow people brought illegally as children to remain in the country. The “Recognizing America’s Children Act” would offer an eventual path to U.S. citizenship to immigrants who entered illegally before Jan. 1, 2012, and were 16 years old or younger.


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CCL’s guest speaker for March 2016 was Congressman Carlos Curbelo, a Republican representing Florida’s 26th district. He is a co-leader on the Gibson Resolution, which recognizes the impact of climate change and calls for action. Congressman Curbelo also launched the brand new Climate Solutions Caucus just last month alongside Democratic representative Ted Deutch, also from Florida.


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But both Miamians voted yesterday to all but eradicate the Office of Congressional Ethics, which was formed to police government corruption. Even Donald J. Trump didn't think that vote was a good idea.

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