During a Miami Gardens town hall stop on Saturday, senate candidate Alan Grayson called for Republicans to pass President Barack Obama’s $1.1-billion Zika bill before the virus spreads further.
During a Miami Gardens town hall stop on Saturday, senate candidate Alan Grayson called for Republicans to pass President Barack Obama’s $1.1-billion Zika bill before the virus spreads further. Alex Harris aharris@miamiherald.com
During a Miami Gardens town hall stop on Saturday, senate candidate Alan Grayson called for Republicans to pass President Barack Obama’s $1.1-billion Zika bill before the virus spreads further. Alex Harris aharris@miamiherald.com

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