03.02.2012 [MiamiHerald.com (blog)] - DougHolder, R-Sarasota passed with bi-partisan support, although some Democrats urged lawmakers to aggressively publicize the name-change, to keep people from falling through the cracks. "I do hope that one of the outcomes of this legislations is that
19.01.2012 [MiamiHerald.com (blog)] - DougHolder, R-Sarasota, was passed by the Economic Affairs Committee on Thursday, and is now a committee bill. The proposal rebrands the state's unemployment compensation program and adds other reforms. The Department of Economic Opportunity would be
25.01.2012 [MiamiHerald.com (blog)] - DougHolder, R-Sarasota, chairman of the committee, said he has also received calls from constituents who received postcards in the mail urging them to call him to seek his support for the bill. The measure backfired, however, he said as the nearly 50
12.02.2012 [Tampabay.com] - DougHolder, R-Sarasota. Since Scott took office in 2011, the state has added about 130000 jobs. More than 900000 people remain without work. "If you tax businesses more during a down economy when they're struggling already, they're going to close
07.02.2012 [Tallahassee.com] - We began our day on the satellite campus of the University of South Florida/Manatee/Sarasota with a meeting and visit with Representative DougHolder. Doug not only came to be supportive, but came to walk a few miles with us.
06.02.2012 [Jacksonville Daily Record] - Subcommittee Chairman DougHolder (R-Sarasota) made clear to Fresen that the panel would not hear the bill again this year if he short-circuited the vote. “There will be no opportunity to hear the bill before the 2013 session convenes,'' Holder said.
06.02.2012 [Sun-Sentinel (blog)] - ... when they ran up against opposition last week in the form of HB 1013 not being put on the agenda for the Business and Consumer Affairs Subcommittee chaired by Represenative DougHolder, they got the bill re-referenced to the Judiciary Committee.
26.01.2012 [Bradenton Herald] - DougHolder, R-Sarasota, co-chair of the Florida House Congressional Redistricting Subcommittee, believes a proposal that keeps the two counties together in a newly formed 16th Congressional District will prevail in the Florida Legislature.