Legislature File Bill to Ban Investing with Ties to Maduro

Gov. Rick Scott’s office announced on Tuesday that State Representative Manny Diaz Jr., along with two other Miami-area Republican lawmakers, have filed legislation to prohibit Florida from doing business with companies involved with Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro. Representative Manny Diaz Jr. is a prime-cosponsor of this bill. He along with House Speaker Pro Tempore Jeanette…

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Diaz Joins Scott for Signing of HB 7069

State Representative Manny Diaz joined Governor Rick Scott in Orlando as he signed House Bill 7069 into law.  “Today is a landmark day for education reform in Florida,” said Diaz. “I commend the Governor for continuing his steadfast support for educational choice and opportunities. Florida once again leads the nation in bold, innovative education policy. I…

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Diaz Appointed To National Education Policy Organization

House Speaker Richard Corcoran has appointed Manny Diaz to represent Florida on the Education Commission of the States. State Representative Manny Diaz announced that House Speaker Richard Corcoran has appointed him to the Education Commission of the States. The group’s mission is to work with policy leaders in each state to conduct extensive research on…

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Diaz To Chair Powerful Education Committee

  Already an established education leader in the Florida House, Diaz will serve as Chair of the PreK-12 Appropriations Subcommittee during the upcoming term. This week, Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran appointed State Representative Manny Diaz Chair of the PreK-12 Appropriations Subcommittee. Diaz has represented District 103 in the Florida House of Representatives since 2012….

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Diaz Wins Re-Election to House District 103

Tonight, Manny Diaz released the following statement on his re-election victory over Democratic challenger Ivette Petkovich in the race for House District 103: “I am deeply honored that the voters of District 103 have once again put their confidence in me to represent them in the Florida House of Representatives,” said Diaz.  “We are blessed…

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