Sen. Rick Scott: I Won’t Stop Fighting for Families Affected by Hurricane Ian🚨


Sen. Rick Scott: I Won’t Stop Fighting for Families Affected by Hurricane Ian


Dear Fellow Floridian,

Last March, I introduced the Hurricane Tax Relief Act to help families and businesses who faced unbelievable devastation following Hurricane Ian.

After Hurricane Ian made landfall, I spent weeks meeting with Floridians, business and community leaders on the ground hearing their stories and seeing what we could do to help. Recovery doesn’t fall just on Florida families and businesses – it’s an all hands on deck operation that requires the federal government to show up today, tomorrow and every day until the job is done.

I know our work is not done. I’m still working to pass my Hurricane Tax Relief Act to provide disaster-loss tax relief to families who have been impacted by qualified disasters like Ian for purposes of enhanced disaster casualty loss tax relief.

I won’t stop fighting to get these bills passed and secure the disaster aid that Florida families need and deserve. Florida is resilient and with the help of neighbors, community partners and local, state and federal resources, we will continue to rebuild and recover stronger than ever.





Rick Scott

United States Senator

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