Progress Florida Blog

By Julie Hauserman - April 18, 2015
A bill that would delay access to abortion care even for victims of rape and incest is one step closer to becoming law. Please join us in opposition to this backwards bill that belongs in the 1960s, not 2015!
By Jon Bleyer - April 17, 2015
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By Mark Ferrulo - April 17, 2015
If HB 7111 is signed into law, private child placement agencies who receive taxpayer funds could use their personal religious beliefs to discriminate against qualified parents. We can't let that happen.
By Damien Filer - April 13, 2015

"Rubio has been on the wrong side of nearly every important issue."

By Jon Bleyer - April 10, 2015
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By Damien Filer - April 9, 2015

Both Republicans and Democrats in the Florida Senate have agreed to expand health coverage, and it’s time for the House and Gov. Scott to follow suit. Let’s break the logjam.

By Mark Ferrulo - April 8, 2015

Two dirty and dangerous fracking bills are rapidly advancing in the legislature. We need to let our legislators know the best way to protect Florida’s water is to ban fracking, not accommodate it.

By Jon Bleyer - April 3, 2015
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By Damien Filer - April 2, 2015

“Big Sugar supporters hiring actors to pretend to protest is pathetic,” said Progress Florida Executive Director Mark Ferrulo. “Someone should ask who is paying for artificial sweetener to make polluting the Everglades and our drinking water easier to swallow.” 

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.

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