Op-Ed: Mario Diaz-Balart
February 14, 2020
El Nuevo Herald
Columna: Mario Diaz-Balart
14 de febrero de 2020
WASHINGTON, D.C.— El congresista Mario Díaz-Balart (FL-25) emitió la siguiente declaración después de que Estados Unidos le prohibió la entrada al CEO de Meliá Hotels, Gabriel Escarrer, de acuerdo con la
DORAL, FL –– El congresista Mario Díaz-Balart emitió la siguiente declaración después de reunirse esta tarde con el presidente interino de Venezuela, Juan Guaidó.
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Less than a month after he took office, President Trump issued a tough condemnation of the socialist government of Venezuela, startling both admirers and critics trying to get a bead on the new “America First” president’s scattershot foreign policy.
Washington — For months, the Trump administration has sought to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) programs for immigrants from several countries in Latin America and Africa, though its
U.S. Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart (R-Florida) introduced yet another bill that would designate the United State Postal Service to create an independent zip code for the Town of Miami Lakes.
Congress passed Diaz-Balart’s two similar bills but the Senate never took up the issue on both of those occasions.
Getting ready to bow out as chairman of the U.S. House Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (THUD) Appropriations Subcommittee, U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Fla., was able to help bring almost $10 million of U.S. Department of Transportation funds to Miami Dade County this week.
By Doug Hanks, Miami Herald
A Miami congressman said Tuesday he would use his influence on the nation’s housing funds to make up for nearly $6 million in lost federal aid for Miami-Dade’s homeless program.
By Doug Hanks, Miami Herald
When the New Hope Corps homeless rehab center lost more than $400,000 in federal funds last spring, Miami-Dade County dipped into its emergency reserves to keep the program running.
By: Jenna Buzzacco-Foerster, Saturday, January 11, 2014
WASHINGTON - In politically divided Washington, D.C., there are at least two points many can agree on.
Comprehensive immigration reform can only happen with bipartisan support. And the future of a House proposal may, in part, hinge on the relationship between a South Florida Republican and a Democrat from Illinois.
By: Christopher Snyder, Published January 07, 2014, FoxNews.com
Republican Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart appealed to his colleagues to press forward on an immigration overhaul, saying Monday that "doing nothing is not an alternative" -- and tantamount to "amnesty."
Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart delivered remarks on the floor of the House of Representatives on July 23, 2019 regarding the ongoing democratic and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, and how Temporary Protected Status is crucial to the thousands of Venezuelan nationals that have sought safety in the United States in the years that the Chavez-Maduro regimes have ravished the once prosperous
Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart delivered remarks on the floor of the House of Representatives regarding the ongoing democratic and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela on January 29, 2019.
Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart joined WPLG ABC 10's This Week in South Florida to discuss government funding and TPS legislation for Venezuelans on January 20, 2019.