Seminole, FL – Congressman David Jolly (FL-13) announced today he will be holding at least one town hall a month in 2015.“To represent Pinellas effectively in Congress it is important that I am always listening to and advancing the many priorities of our community and it's equally important that I am always accessible to discuss with my neighbors the decisions I make in Washington on their behalf,” Jolly said.
Seminole, FL – Congressman David Jolly (FL-13) has been named to three Appropriations Subcommittees: the Subcommittee on Military Construction, Veterans Affairs; the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development; and the Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and Science.
Seminole, FL – Congressman David Jolly (FL-13) released the following statement today after the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 240, the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act for 2015.Read More
The Everglades is a remarkable ecosystem that is one-of-a-kind due to the habitat it provides to thousands of species of plants and animals. It is also a source of drinking water for millions of residents in Florida. And so today I renewed my push to win congressional action on a major Everglades restoration project that has been mired in bureaucratic red tape. Joining me to lead this bipartisan effort is Congressman Patrick Murphy (FL-18) and Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Bill Nelson (D-FL). The bill we filed today authorizes the Central Everglades Planning Project, or CEPP.Read More
Seminole, FL – Congressman David Jolly (FL-13) today unveiled a variety of legislative priorities for the 114th Congress.
“The initiatives we unveil today reflect a balanced commitment to advancing the priorities of our community while addressing critical issues important to the future of our country and reducing the size and role of government in our lives,” Jolly said.
On the first day of the new Congress, Jolly will file several pieces of legislation, including among them:Read More
Seminole, FL – Congressman David Jolly’s (FL-13) Seminole office will temporarily close beginning January 5. The office, which is located at 9210 113th Street on the Seminole campus of St. Petersburg College, is expected to reopen on February 2.
The office will be temporarily closed due to construction on the St. Petersburg College campus.Read More
Seminole, FL – The recent extension of nuclear talks between the P5+1 and Iran have provided the Iranian regime an additional 7 months of time to maintain the status quo. As we have seen already, contrary to Administration assurances, the Iranian regime has benefited more than expected due to the easing of sanctions as part of the terms of the Joint Plan of Action (JPOA). Further, Iran has concealed and skewed facts surrounding their nuclear program and has failed to meet deadlines they agreed to with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) throughout the yRead More
Seminole, FL – Congressman David Jolly (FL-13) is pleased to announce that Andrea and Chris Stewart of Dunedin have been issued an exit permit from the Democratic Republic of Congo to bring their adopted son Cruz home.
“We are beyond blessed with the honor of being Cruz's family. For now, we will focus on his health and where the next steps take us into caring for orphans around the world,” said Chris and Andrea Stewart.
Andrea Stewart and her 10-month-old son Cruz are expected to arrive at Tampa International Airport on Saturday (details below).Read More
Seminole, FL – Congressman David Jolly (FL-13) has been named to the prestigious U.S. House Committee on Appropriations.
Jolly was recommended for appointment to the Committee, which oversees the entire federal discretionary budget, by House Republican leadership.Read More
Seminole, FL – Congressman David Jolly (FL-13) has introduced legislation (H.R. 5725) restoring the freedom of all Americans to decide what health care coverage is right for them and their family. This week, Jolly introduced the “Patient Freedom Act of 2014” which would repeal Obamacare’s individual health insurance mandate.
“I believe the American people should be in control their own health care coverage decisions, not government, and this bill gives them that freedom,” Jolly said.Read More
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We unveiled a new addition to our DC office today, a six-foot tall bottlenose dolphin statue named “Winter Goes to Washington.” The statue,
Always good seeing my friend Clearwater Mayor George Cretekos.
Thanks to everyone who came to our town hall this morning in St. Petersburg. To represent Pinellas effectively in Congress it is important that
Proud to have spoken at the first kickoff event of the 114th Congress for the Congressional Caucus to Cure Blood Cancers and Other Blood Disorders
I believe the first step in fixing our broken immigration system is securing our borders from those who enter our country illegally. That is