As he runs for Congress in 2022, the Democratic representative from Pinellas County promises to "create an economy that gives every working Floridian a fair shot at the American Dream."
A lot has happened in the past 10 days—so much so that you may not realize that the Affordable Care Act’s open enrollment season began on Nov. 1.
With a final vote of 12-0, on Thursday the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance the nomination of the conservative judge to the Supreme Court.
While President Donald Trump is tweeting to "stop the count," Latino lawmakers demand election officials continue to count until they're done.
As the Supreme Court composition battle rages on, millions of Latinos fear losing their health coverage amid the pandemic.
Trump faced off with Democratic nominee Joe Biden, warning of election fraud, accusing his opponent of pushing for “socialized medicine,” and defending his handling of COVID-19. Here are the facts.
The continued loss of health coverage under the Trump administration has eroded the gains made since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, which made insurance attainable for 20 million people.