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Orlando, FL- Congresswoman Val Demings, Florida’s 10th Congressional District, announces a video series highlighting Constituent healthcare stories, named “Your ACA Stories from Congressional District 10.”
Congresswoman Demings invited constituents to share their experiences with the Affordable Care Act ahead of the vote in the Senate to “Repeal and Replace” it.
ORLANDO, Fl.-- Congresswoman Val Demings, Florida’s 10th District, is reminding Haitians with a Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to re-register and to apply for renewal of their Employment Authorization Documents (EAD) with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to reregister before July 23. The Department of Homeland Security has extended the designation of Haiti for Temporary Protected Status through January 22, 2018, if Haitians with TPS re-register during the 60-day period between May 24, 2017 and July 24, 2017.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Congresswoman Val Demings, Florida’s 10th District, responds to the Congressional Budget Office score released Monday, which shows 23 million more people would be without healthcare by 2026.
“The Congressional Budget Office confirmed today what both President Trump and President Obama have already confirmed, this bill is in fact “mean”.
“This bill is no less cruel and harmful to the American people than the one House Republicans passed last month.
"By dismantling Medicaid they are putting the lives of Florida’s seniors and children at risk.
WASHINGTON, D.C.-- Congresswoman Val Demings, Florida's 10th Congressional District, released the following statement regarding the shooting Wednesday morning at the Congressional Baseball Practice.
"I'm saddened and disturbed to hear about the senseless attack on my colleagues, the Capitol police and their staff this morning. My prayers are with them.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Congresswoman Val Demings, Florida’s 10th Congressional District, lead bipartisan efforts with 12 Florida lawmakers to ask President Trump to reverse course on the Paris Climate Agreement, following the President’s decision to leave the agreement. The lawmakers outlined their concerns in a letter to President Trump sent Thursday.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Representative Val Demings, (FL-10), Representative Stephanie Murphy, (FL-07), and Representative Darren Soto, (FL-09), introduced a resolution Monday in recognition of the one year passing since the Pulse tragedy.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Congresswoman Val Demings’ office announced Friday that the Orlando Metropolitan area has been left out of the UASI funding program for the third straight year. The Urban Area Security Initiative allocates money to cities for counter-terrorism efforts.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Congresswoman Val Demings, Florida’s 10th District, responds to the Congressional Budget Office score released Wednesday, which shows 14 million people will lose health care in 2018, and 23 million will be without healthcare by 2026.
“House Republicans pushed this bill through recklessly, hiding from Americans what we knew to be true, this bill will leave millions of Americans behind.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Congresswoman Val Demings, Florida’s 10th Congressional District, released the following statement in response to President Trump’s budget being released on Tuesday:
“The President's cruel and inhumane budget should be dead on arrival. It will have devastating effects on working families, women and children, and those with disabilities who depend on social security disability insurance. In other words, the President's budget abandons those he swore during the campaign to protect. Broken promises?