This image from a search in February on the CONGRESS.GOV website shows a partial list of bills - sponsored by Marco Rubio - currently making their way through the U.S. Senate. Clicking here, or on the image will produce the most current results.
Rubio sponsors 10 bills to impede legal abortion
By Alexander Bolton
February 5, 2021 - Ambitious Republican senators seen as potential 2024 White House candidates are drawing early battle lines on issues they believe will define their party in the post-Trump era.
GOP Sens. Tom Cotton (Ark.), Josh Hawley (Mo.), Ted Cruz (Texas), Marco Rubio (Fla.), Rand Paul (Ky.), Rick Scott (Fla.), and Ben Sasse (Neb.), all of whom are seen as White House hopefuls, signaled some of their priorities during the Senate’s marathon voting session on the budget.
Some of the Republicans want to rededicate their party to conservative principles of free trade and smaller government. Others are more focused on expanding their party’s appeal to swing voters, while a few appear to be juggling goals.
Senator Marco Rubio Called Out Twitter For Its ‘Content Moderation Process’
This week United States Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida) sent a letter to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey following a previous exchange between the law maker and the social media platform at the beginning of last December. At the time Sen. Rubio requested an explanation for the company's failure to remove or at least label a falsified image posted by a member of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Rubio said he had found it disturbing that Twitter refused to answer basic moderation procedures, and since then the micro-blog service has suspended the account of President Donald Trump as well as many of his supporters for reportedly spreading false information.
In his follow-up letter, sent on Tuesday, Jan. 19, Sen. Rubio asked directly, "Please provide documentation clearly detailing the steps for Twitter's process of evaluating user-generated content, from the circumstances that give rise to a review to how the company determines whether to remove, flag, or intentionally limit specific content's reach."