Seniors in nursing homes across the country depend on Medicaid and Debbie has fought to preserve it.
Debbie highlights the importance of making and selling products in the U.S.A.
Debbie has worked hard to keep higher education affordable for South Florida students.
A new bill from Debbie would provide additional protections for child victims and witnesses.
New health care laws include important breast cancer provisions to save lives and educate younger women.
U.S. Rep. Wasserman Schultz joined local workers in South Florida to call on Gov. Scott to veto HB655 PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. – Earlier today, U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-23) called on Governor Rick Scott to veto HB655, a bill passed by Florida’s legislature that will have a negative impact on Florida’s workers, particularly working [...]
WASHINGTON — An estimated 120,000 Holocaust survivors live in the United States today, at an average age of 80; 3 in 5 survivors are women; and approximately two thirds of Holocaust survivors live alone. Many rely on local agencies to help them afford basic necessities such as food and health care, which is why U.S. [...]