Category: Marco Rubio

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Climate Denier Marco Rubio Says Energy Policy Should Be Left To Scientists And Businesses

Ending the Clean Power Plan, lifting America’s crude oil export ban, and allowing states — not the federal government — to regulate fracking would be some of Marco Rubio’s top energy priorities if he becomes president. That’s according to a preview of his energy plan released Wednesday, ahead of a speech in front of the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association.

Marco Rubio Says Government Should Respect Kim Davis’s Beliefs

Marco Rubio Says Government Should Respect Kim Davis’s Beliefs

Senator Marco Rubio of Florida said on Wednesday that the government should respect the beliefs of the Kentucky county clerk who has denied marriage licenses to same-sex couples, arguing that society needs to accommodate public officials who object to carrying out duties they say violate their religious beliefs.

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Marco Rubio: The U.S. Does Not Need A Federal Education Department

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Republican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio says the U.S. doesn’t need a federal Education Department, arguing that its recommendations to state and local governments often turn into mandates tied to money.

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Donald Trump Vs. Marco Rubio On China And Japan: Why Trump Is The Better Ma

Donald Trump is saying that to “Make America Great Again” we have to get tougher on China and Japan. Each, he charges, has taken American jobs, especially China. In the case of Japan, we are obligated to defend them, but they have no obligation to defend us. And we do not charge them.

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Marco Rubio: What does he stand for?

As he campaigns for the Republican presidential nomination, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has pitched himself as the candidate of the future- a fresh face for the GOP who will bring a fresh approach to policy problems that have long been frozen in place by partisan warfare.

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CNBC Digital Video Exclusive: Senator Marco Rubio Sits Down With CNBC’s Chief Washington Correspondent John Harwood

Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, 44, is the youngest among leading contenders for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. Born in Miami of Cuban immigrants, the one-time high school football star rose from positions in local government to become speaker of the Florida House of Representatives. After winning a U.S. Senate seat in 2010, he helped forge a bipartisan compromise on immigration policy. He has lately edged away from that legislative victory, which went nowhere in the House amid fierce criticism from conservatives. Now Rubio has put a sweeping tax reform plan, which he calls necessary for adapting the U.S. economy to 21st century challenges, at the center of his White House campaign. He sat down with John Harwood at a Cuban restaurant in Detroit, where he was addressing that city’s Economic Club.