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Congressman Gus Bilirakis

Representing the 12th District of Florida

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February 7, 2008 Bilirakis Blog

On Friday, Gus presented the Plant City Police Department (PCPD) with more than $131,000 in federal funding specifically requested by the Congressman for the purchase of crime fighting technology, including digital cameras and laptop computers.

These federal funds were included in recent federal spending legislation signed into law in December 2007.

February 7, 2008 Bilirakis Blog
 

Gus met with members of the Pinellas County government in his Capitol Hill office on Thursday to discuss the County's federal legislative priorities for 2008 and various issues facing Pinellas County residents.

February 4, 2008 Press Release

"While the President has proposed a budget that helps to secure our borders, properly provides for our troops and gives much needed permanent tax relief and economic stimulus, I do believe that some of the President's proposed cuts are unjustified.

February 1, 2008 Bilirakis Blog

Posted: By GUS BILIRAKIS

“Brush your teeth” is a phrase many parents repeat to their children every day. Yet despite parental vigilance and regular brushing, even best efforts at good oral hygiene can still fall short. This is why having access to dental health care is so important.

January 29, 2008 Bilirakis Blog

The Hill's Congress Blog posted Gus's thoughts on the President's seventh and final State of the Union Address.

January 29, 2008 Press Release

"The legislation passed today will provide immediate relief for millions of Americans, and spur both businesses and consumers to contribute to the sustained growth of our economy," said Rep. Bilirakis.

January 29, 2008 Press Release

Recent federal spending legislation signed into law in December 2007, included more than $131,000 specifically requested by Congressman Bilirakis for the PCPD to purchase digital cameras and laptop computers in order to enhance the Department’s ability to fight crime and keep the community safe.

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