Kevin Ambler

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Kevin Ambler (born 1961) is an American trial lawyer and former representative of District 47 in the Florida House of Representatives.[1] He is a member of the Republican Party.

He is married to Mindy Hanopole and has two children, Jason Ambler and Jami Ambler. He is known for his "It Ought To Be A Law" program in which high school teens in his district wrote laws in a competition, and if selected were presented in the House. Ambler made an appearance on the television show Card Sharks in the 1980s, winning one match.

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  1. ^ Sessions, Hilary R. (2011-02-11). Where's My Tiffany?. iUniverse. pp. 394–. ISBN 9781450286152. Retrieved 8 June 2012. 

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