Disasters can strike at any time, often with little warning. As a representative from coastal Florida, Congressman Bilirakis regularly meets with local emergency managers to ensure our communities are ready to respond to a hurricane or other weather-related disasters. However, we must all do our part to ensure we are prepared before a disaster strikes.
On July 2, 2013, the Administration announced it would be delaying the implementation of ObamaCare's employer mandate. In response, Congressman Bilirakis released the following statement:
Congressman Bilirakis Op-Ed: Remove stigma so more veterans get help for head injuries
Congressman Bilirakis will be holding his Seventh Annual Veterans' Resource Fair on Saturday, June 29, at River Ridge High School. The event will feature a musical performance by Tony Orlando and a Presentation of Colors by AVAST, the nation's only all-amputee color guard. We hope you can attend this event that honors those who protect and serve our country!
?Two months before the Boston attack, Florida Rep. Gus Bilirakis filed legislation that called for strengthening the country?s student visa background checks and better monitoring student status once they are on U.S. soil. He had filed similar legislation in the past four congressional sessions.?
Congressman Bilirakis is working to boost the economy by connecting jobseekers with businesses that are hiring. We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to connect with potential employers by attending our FREE event!
On this 10th Anniversary of the War in Iraq, we remember our brave servicemen and women. To the 4,500 troops who died there; to the more than 30,000 wounded Americans who have come home ? your selfless sacrifices will never be forgotten.
Washington, DC (March 15, 2013) ? At a House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health hearing this morning, Congressman Gus M. Bilirakis (R-FL) questioned the panel regarding the increase in healthcare premiums as a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).