Florida Chamber of Commerce Names Manny Diaz Jr. a 2018 Distinguished Advocate

The Florida Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that Representative Manny Diaz has been named a Florida Chamber 2018 Distinguished Advocate for his commitment to championing pro-jobs, pro-business legislation. “The Florida Chamber would like to thank Representative Manny Diaz for his commitment to giving Florida’s students more opportunities for success,” said David Hart, Executive…

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MANNY DIAZ STATEMENT ON HOUSE BILL 359

Today, State Representative Manny Diaz released the following statement regarding House Bill 359: “I want to thank Governor Rick Scott for signing House Bill 359 into law yesterday. I was proud to be a prime co-sponsor of this bill that ensures that Florida dollars do not prop up the devastating communist regime in Venezuela. I…

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Diaz Plans Bill to Protect Residential Areas From Impact of Rock Mine Blasting

Today, Manny Diaz announced that he plans to file a bill to protect South Florida homes from the impact of rock mine blasting near residential areas. The legislation will have three objectives: reduce blasting intensity and frequency; move blasting zones further from residential areas; and require compensation for citizens for blasting damage. Last year, Diaz and…

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DIAZ RAISES $50,000 IN FIRST SENATE FUNDRAISER

Today, the Manny Diaz Campaign announced that he raised $50,000 Thursday night in money for his campaign and his political committee at the first fundraiser in his race for the Florida Senate. After representing District 103 in the Florida House since 2012, Diaz is seeking the District 36 seat in the state senate. “This number…

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Proposed Solutions to Keep Our Students Safe.

Senior members of state leadership are putting significant policy changes on the table in the wake of last week’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. This includes the kinds of gun safety measures that have received little attention in the Republican-dominated Legislature in previous years. The proposals are in consideration for the busloads of students…

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