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By Mark Ferrulo - March 31, 2015
Write your state legislators today: demand Amendment 1 funding be used as intended: for water and land conservation, not politicians’ pet projects.
By Julie Hauserman - March 30, 2015

Women shouldn't have to unnecessarily postpone access to an abortion for 24 hours. SB 724 has no basis in science, and in some parts of Florida, this could mean as much as 400 miles and eight hours of travel to get access to care.

By Damien Filer - March 27, 2015

TALLAHASSEE — Last week, clean energy advocates, in the spirit of “Sunshine Week”, made a public records request for all correspondence between the governor and Department of Environmental Protection related to Gov. Rick Scott’s unwritten, but standing policy banning the words “climate change” and “global warming” in public documents and other communications.

By Jon Bleyer - March 27, 2015
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By Mark Ferrulo - March 25, 2015

Join us and fellow clean water supporters at 3 Daughters Brewing on Tuesday, March 31st at 6:30pm, as we raise a glass for clean water!

By Jon Bleyer - March 20, 2015
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By Jon Bleyer - March 13, 2015
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By Julie Hauserman - March 11, 2015

HB 633 has nothing to do with women's health and everything to do with putting politics between women and their doctors.

By Ray Seaman - March 10, 2015

Today, Forecast the Facts, 350.org and Progress Florida announced their support regarding a request for an investigation into media reports about an “unwritten policy” prohibiting the use of words and phrases including “climate change” and “global warming.”

By Mark Ferrulo - March 10, 2015

“In Tallahassee you can be a gutsy champion for the Everglades, or just another lame shill for Big Sugar. You can’t be both, though some politicians try to pretend.” - Carl Hiaasen

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