Today, Gus joined with over 30 of his House in calling for opening the books at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to the public, allowing Americans to see inside the decisions made by the leadership of the two mortgage giants at the heart of the crisis gripping our financial markets.
Yesterday the Miami Herald ran an article highlighting how identity theft has once again toped the list of all consumer complaints filed with the Federal Trade Commision for the eighth consecutive year.
Given all of the recent hurricane activity in Gulf of Mexico, do you and your loved ones have a plan in the event of an emergency?
Tampa Bay's 10 posted an article which details how some residents of Pinellas county are feeling the effects of Hurricane Ike.
On Friday, Gus held an informal town meeting with constituents at a local gas station. Gus had a chance to gain input from people who are affected by high gas prices and also offered cost saving tips while seeking advice on solutions. He even pumped gas for some customers.