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MONDAY IN MIAMI: Ros-Lehtinen To Attend Unveiling Of The Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet Boulevard On Coral Way & 32 Avenue


MONDAY IN MIAMI: Ros-Lehtinen To Attend Unveiling Of The Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet Boulevard On Coral Way & 32 Avenue; Ileana Says Dr. Biscet Personifies Struggle Against Castro Regime & She Is Honored To Participate

Miami, Florida – On Monday December 10th at 11:00 am, Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) will attend the unveiling of the Oscar Elias Biscet Boulevard on Coral Way and 32 Avenue. The Boulevard encompasses SW 32 Avenue to SW 37 Avenue on Coral Way, and was established by a City of Miami ordinance by Commissioner Francis Suarez. This event will take place on the corner of Coral Way and 32 Avenue.

Said Ros-Lehtinen, “Dr. Biscet personifies the struggle against the cruel Castro dictatorship and I am honored to participate in this unveiling. Dr. Biscet, along with so many other brave men and women in Cuba, is a thorn to the regime and we must support each and every freedom fighter in every way we can. I thank the Lawton Foundation for Human Rights for its firm compromise defending freedom and liberty.”


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