Florida's Marco Rubio Joins Backlash to PIPA Bill
US Senator Marco Rubio of Florida joined the thousands of websites Wednesday protesting the government's Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA), a bill that legislators claim would help stop Internet copyright infringement but that some online
It was known that Rubio supported PIPA at the beginning before he finally decided to withdraw his support of the Bill. The step that Marco Rubio had taken has strengthened the wave of protests against the bill since he is one man who comes from the
Marco Rubio, R-Fla., landed the No. 43 spot on GQ magazine's "50 Most Powerful People in Washington" list. Rubio is listed immediately following restaurateur José Andrés and party planners Svetlana Legetic, Jayne
In a Facebook posting today, Florida Senator Marco Rubio withdrew support of the Protect IP Act (PIPA) the Senate's anti-piracy legislation–a bill he had originally co-sponsored.
Latest to the list is the young and junior senator from Florida, Marco Rubio. His political résuméincludes: nine years as a state legislator, including two as speaker of the Florida House; enormous popularity with Tea Partyers who sent him to the US