U.S. Senator Bill Nelson

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Florida’s environment and economy dodged yet another bullet from the oil industry last week, thanks to the tireless efforts of Sen. Bill Nelson. 
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles has the sold personal information of 15 million residents to private companies for more than $150 million over the last two years. U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson has called the practice into question and has asked for a federal investigation into whether the practice violates the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act.
LAKE ALFRED — U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, long a supporter of citrus research, visited the Citrus Research and Education Center for about two hours Tuesday to see the fruits of his political labors.  
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  • Sen. Bill Nelson explained to CNN’s Alisyn Camerota why he’s pushing a new bipartisan proposal to keep guns out of the hands of suspected terrorists. “I owe this to the people of Orlando,” Nelson said. “They want action.”
  • Sen. Bill Nelson spoke on the Senate floor the day after the mass shooting in Orlando.