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Dennis Ross
Dennis RossRepublican, FLCurrent Position:Congressmansince January 01, 2011
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LGBT, gun rights, Voter ID, reproductive issues, religious tolerance, Black Lives Matter, how we treat our vets, substance abuse, policing, crime and incarceration…these are just a few of the social issues affecting our country. See how figures on both sides of the aisle are debating these issues.

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Gun Homicides in U.S. 2014 10,945 2013 11,208 2012 11,622 2011 11,068 2010 11,078 2009 11,493 2008 12,179 2007 12,632 2006 12,791 2005 12,352 Source: http://www.gunpolicy.org/firearms/region/united-states There were 33,599 gun deaths in the U.S. in 2014; 21,334 of these were suicides; 10,945 were homicides; the remainder unintentional. Source: http://www.gunpolicy.org/firearms/region/united-states
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while the reported unemployment rate is low, the actual labor participation rate is at 40 year lows. the left says a federally-mandated minimum wage can provide economic security for millions of food service workers, while the right says it drives up costs and causes job cuts. what do you think?