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Rep. Davis Calls for Repeal of Medicare Premium Increases
Davis Opposes Electronic Surveillance Bill
Rep. Davis voted against the Electronic Surveillance Modernization Act, which would allow the President to continue monitoring, without warrants, the international phone calls and emails of hundreds of Americans.
Davis Asks Chevron to Renegotiate Oil Leases for Taxpayers' Sake
Rep. Davis Calls for Comprehensive Immigration Reform
Rep. Davis Opposes Voter Disenfranchisement Bill
Rep. Davis' Statement on 9-11 Anniversary
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Students and their families can learn more about how to apply to the military service academies.
Reps. Davis, Keller and Feeney Celebrate Inmate Tax Fraud Prosecution
Rep. Davis Supports Adam Walsh Child Protection Bill
Read Rep. Davis' Comments on Stem Cell Legislation
Davis to Offer Alternative to Pombo Drilling Deal
Davis Calls for Katrina Insurance Claim Investigation
House Passes Davis Bill Honoring Morris W. Milton
House Passes Funds for Troops, Katrina Victims
FL Democrats Call for Sunshine in Coastal Drilling Negotiations
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House Approves Homeland Security Funds
Rep. Davis Votes Against Bankrupt Budget
Medicare Rx Enrollment Deadline: May 15
Rep. Davis Calls for Investigations into New Identity Theft Threat
Davis called for investigations into companies such as Convergys which have allowed Americans' personal information to be outsourced to other countries.
House Passes Davis Resolution on Saudi Education Reform
Floridians Win Drilling Fight
Rep. Jim Davis and a bipartisan group of members from Florida and other coastal states scored another victory in the long-running battle to protect our shores from the looming dangers of offshore oil and gas rigs.
Rep. Davis Calls for Review of Medicaid Waiver
Rep. Davis Fights to Protect FL Children
Davis Hears Testimony on Hurricane Katrina Response and Rising Gas Prices
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Davis Fights to Protect Florida's Shores
Rep. Davis Offers Amendment to Restore Family Travel To Cuba
The House of Representatives narrowly rejected Rep. Davis’ amendment to overturn the Administration's restrictions on family travel to
Rep. Davis Introduces Up-Skilling Bill
H.R. 2801, the Up-Skilling Tax Credit Act of 2005, will attract better jobs to Florida and help jumpstart our economy by helping provide Florida’s workers with the job training they need to meet the challenges of the new economy.
Davis Cosponsors Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act
The Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act supports parents and safeguards our children by closing the loopholes in sex offender laws, setting minimum standards for registration and notification and fully coordinating local, state and federal law enforcement efforts.
Committee Passes Davis Bill to Promote Alternative Water Sources
As the summertime heat sets in, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee has taken an important step toward addressing nationwide water shortages by passing Congressman
Davis and Colleagues Introduce Bipartisan Clean Air Bill
Rep. Davis joined Reps. Bass, Cooper and Bradley in introducing legislation that will reduce harmful emissions from our nation’s power plants while preserving the affordable electricity American families count on.
Rep. Davis Introduces Bill to Protect Online Rx Consumers
Rep. Davis Encouraged by Gov.'s Effort to Address Ed. Accountability Problems
Rep. Davis sent a letter to Governor Jeb Bush applauding him for finally taking steps to try and address Florida’s education accountability problems. Davis urged the Governor to ensure that schools continue to help disadvantaged students meet high standards.
Read Rep. Davis' Article on Social Security
As Congress and the President consider the challenges facing Social Security and how to preserve the long term viability of the program, they should follow the advice of their own doctors who abide by the oath “Above all, do no harm.”
FL Reps. Call on Congress to End Disabled Veterans Tax
Florida’s Democratic Representatives in Congress released a report showing that each year the “Disabled Veterans Tax” strips nearly 57,300 Florida veterans of approximately $300 million in entitled benefits ($5,230 per veteran).
Rep. Davis Travels to Iraq
After traveling to Iraq to examine reconstruction efforts and talk with U.S. troops in the field, Rep. Davis urged the Administration to intensify efforts to include the international community in rebuilding Iraq.
U.S. Must Strengthen Alliances in the Middle East
To Fight Terror, Fix Saudi Schools