Congressman Gus is proud to announce the new location of the consolidated West Pasco VA Outpatient clinic, which was just selected by the VA today. The new clinic will be housed at 7932 Little Road, New Port Richey, FL 34654. It will be located north of the Pasco County Government Center and South of Ridge Road, on the east side of Little Road.
Washington, DC: Congressman Gus Bilirakis’s SAFE TECH Act, which improves the safety of international air travel by standardizing safety procedures and operations among international partners, passed the House and Senate today as part of the legislative package to reauthorize the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the next five years.
Washington, DC: The office of Congressman Gus Bilirakis is proud to announce that Premier Community Health Center in Pasco County will receive $285,000 to expand its scope of service and offer integrated substance use disorder and mental health services treatment, thanks in part to his advocacy efforts.
Washington, DC: The Capitol was rocked with controversy yesterday afternoon as a faux fist fight broke out between two long-time Republican political allies, Majority Whip Steve Scalise and Vice-Chairman of the Veterans Affairs Committee, Gus Bilirakis. The source of the conflict—a good old fashioned football rivalry.
Washington, DC: As Vice-Chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee, Congressman Bilirakis has been actively involved in directing resources to end homelessness within the Veterans’ community for many years.
Washington, DC: As we prepare to recognize International Overdose Awareness Day tomorrow, Congressman Gus Bilirakis is pleased to announce the success of his recent efforts to increase funding for the Drug Free Communities program, and that his advocacy on behalf of a local Drug Prevention Coalition’s application for continued federal funding helped secure $125,000 for Pasco C
Washington, DC: Congressman Gus Bilirakis has been working to reduce the cost of prescription drugs for several years. He successfully authored multiple provisions within H.R. 2430, which was signed into law last August. One of his provisions created an expedited approval process for generic drugs when no competitor exists on the market. The U.S.