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Topic - Dennis Ross
The Obama administration's top two Mideast peace envoys are returning to the region this week in a last-ditch bid to avert a looming crisis over a Palestinian bid for statehood recognition at the United Nations later this month.
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U.S. Rep. Dennis Ross, a Republican from Lakeland, says the bill is a workable compromise and wants it to include provisions that would make it easier for private insurers to enter the flood insurance market, a request that seems reasonable.
Rep. Dennis Ross, a Florida delegate, said the Republican Party is determined to avoid the mistake it made in 2008 by not totally unifying behind its 2008 presidential nominee, Sen. John McCain.