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    Action Alert: Tell Jax City Council and Mayor Lenny Curry it’s wrong to make taxpayers pay for attacks on Constitutional rights!

    05/21/2018 0
    Empower Jacksonville was created in 2017 to help put important decisions back in the hands of Jacksonville voters like you and to stand up to local government when it attempts to pass laws that its citizens oppose and that trample on our basic constitutional freedoms. Today they need your help! Jacksonville City Council members are planning to funnel cash to a liberal multi-millionaire who could then use the money [More...]
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    Time is running out! Urge your legislator to say NO to a special session on casino gambling

    04/10/2018 0
    Recent news reports have indicated that the Florida House and Senate are considering holding a special session this month to expand gambling in Florida! Gambling is bad for Florida and bad for Florida’s families. You can stop this blatant attempt to expand casino and slot machine gambling in Florida by contacting your legislators and asking them to “Say NO to a special session to expand [More...]
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    BREAKING: First Major GOP Candidate Forum For Governor To Be Held In Orlando And Moderated By Fox News Political Analyst Frank Luntz

    04/05/2018 0
    (ORLANDO, FL) Today, the Florida Family Policy Council (FFPC) announced it will be hosting the first major Republican gubernatorial candidate forum on Saturday evening, May 5, 2018, during its 13th Annual Policy Awards Dinner at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida. The forum will be moderated by Fox News political analyst Frank Luntz and the theme of the event will be “Together for Florida.” Luntz is known nationwide for moderating presidential [More...]
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    Legislative Insider’s Report from Tallahassee – Week 9 of 9

    03/10/2018 0
    Another legislative session is just about wrapped up. The only remaining business is the passage of the state budget and tax package bills on Sunday afternoon. (According to a joint agreement, the House and Senate are not able to discuss any other items when they reconvene on Sunday.)  It has been a long, emotionally exhausting week with many hours on the floor of both chambers [More...]
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    Legislative Insider’s Report from Tallahassee – Week 8 of 9

    03/03/2018 0
    Thank you to everyone who took the time to respond to the action alert we sent out on Monday regarding HB 7055 concerning homeschool distance learning and tutoring programs! Your efforts made a difference! When the bill was heard in committee on Tuesday, the sponsor of the strike-all amendment, Sen. Passidomo (R-Naples), shared she did not realize how the changes in the bill would affect [More...]
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    We need your help! Homeschooling Options Are Under Attack!

    02/26/2018 0
    ACTION ALERT  Options for Homeschooling Families Will Be Ending Soon if You Don’t Act Now! Please call or email the Senate Appropriations Committee and respectfully ask them to leave homeschool private distance learning and tutoring programs alone. The Senate Education Committee recently added a dangerous strike-all amendment to HB 7055, the House’s 2018 omnibus education package (the House passed this bill earlier in February, the Senate is [More...]
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    Legislative Insider’s Report from Tallahassee – Week 7 of 9

    02/23/2018 0
    Photo Credit: The Palm Beach Post This week students from Parkland and across the state descended on Tallahassee to call for legislative action after the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last week. On Tuesday and Wednesday, students were split into groups and were escorted by Equality Florida, Florida’s leading LGBT activist organization, and other organizers to meet with legislators to share their [More...]
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    Critical Update on Florida’s Constitution Revision Commission (CRC): Upcoming Hearings in Melbourne, Jacksonville, Pensacola Cape Coral & St. Petersburg

    02/16/2018 0
    Your voice is needed at one of the four upcoming historic hearings of the 2017-2018 Florida Constitutional Revision Commission (CRC) scheduled during the next few weeks.  As you may know, the CRC only gathers once every 20 years to review the state constitution.  As part of this process, the CRC proposes constitutional amendments which citizens will be able to vote on in the November 2018 [More...]
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    Legislative Insider’s Report from Tallahassee – Week 6 of 9

    02/16/2018 0
    Our hearts and prayers go out to all of those in Parkland who have been impacted by the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. We pray for each of the families who lost someone that God would comfort them in their mourning. We speak peace to the community shaken by violence. As Parkland, the state of Florida, and the body of Christ deal with the [More...]
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    Legislative Insider’s Report from Tallahassee – Week 5 of 9

    02/09/2018 0
    Much of this week’s happenings centered around the state budget and education, specifically the Hope Scholarship program that is being championed by House Speaker Richard Corcoran. Both the House and Senate rolled out their budget proposals this week.  Both versions total about $87 billion, but individual line items are different.  Each chamber passed out their version; in the House, it was pretty much party line in [More...]