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He introduced the SYLLABLE Act (H.R. 5764) to help establish and support high-quality dual language immersion programs in communities with large numbers of low-income families.
He condemned Wells Fargo and Fifth Third Bank’s decision to stop participating in a Florida voucher scheme that robs public schools of resources, calling it “a publicity stunt aimed at earning ‘wokeness’ points with the radical left.”
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