Posted in Caring

Rep. Jolly and 50 Causes Ride tackle suicide prevention [podcast]

The U.S. House of Representatives yesterday passed Congressman David Jolly’s (FL-13) bipartisan legislation which would reauthorize one of the nation’s largest commitments to youth suicide…

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DeSantis out of Senate race, Jolly qualifies for House race

From The News Service of Florida: DESANTIS EXITS SENATE RACE, TO RUN FOR HOUSE SEAT Just hours after U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio announced he will…

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Jolly exits Senate race, will battle Crist

By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Another political domino fell Friday as Republicans wait to see if U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio will run…

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Buzz: Jolly tells CNN Rubio is running

This morning on CNN’s “New Day,” Congressman David Jolly said that Marco Rubio will be getting into the U.S. Senate race. Jolly plans to tell…

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Pensacola Speaks: David Jolly, Steve Specht

My first guest will be Congressman David Jolly, who will discuss how the VA has wrongly declared over 4,200 veterans dead since 2012. In the…

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Posted in Health Politics

VA has wrongly declared more than 4,200 veterans dead between 2011-15

The Department of Veterans Affairs has acknowledged to U.S. Rep. David Jolly (FL-13) that it wrongly declared more than 4,200 people dead between 2011 and…

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Pensacola Speaks: David Jolly, Ray Palmer

Congressman David Jolly will be my guest today on “Pensacola Speaks.” He will discuss the recent Inspector General reports that showed patient wait-time manipulation at…

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Praise for Jeff Miller

Congressman David Jolly called into “Pensacola Speaks” yesterday to praise his colleague Jeff Miller, who announced his retirement from Congress Thursday morning. “Obviously this is…

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Posted in 2016 Election

Jolly’s Stop Act picks up cosponsors and editorial support

Two days after Congressman David Jolly (FL-13) introduced the Stop Act, a bill banning members of Congress from personally asking for money, two U.S. Representatives…

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