Here’s what he has to say about government, from his website:
Our Constitution strictly limits the powers of the federal government. Its primary function is to provide for the national defense and secure our national borders. Healthcare, economic issues, education, and use of natural resources within the State should be addressed at the state level. The Tenth Amendment reserves such rights to the states and to the people.
Federal bureaucracy has been steadily encroaching on States Rights, moving into areas that were never intended to be under the control of a central government. The failure of the Florida Legislature to challenge and check this abuse is a silent relinquishment of our States Rights to the federal government.
As your Representative in the Florida Legislature, I will passionately defend Florida’s Tenth Amendment Rights. We can address and solve our most pressing problems right here on the state level, without unnecessary federal involvement
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