Marie Woodson’s cell and office phones have been ringing almost non-stop since July 7, the day President Jovenel Moise was assassinated at his private home in Port-au-Prince. The callers, Woodson said last week, have turned to her as a Florida House representative for updates on the murder investigation.
In turn, Woodson, who represents Florida House District 101, has put out calls to legislators and foreign policy-makers at the federal level in the United States government.
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