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By Mark Ferrulo - June 9, 2017

Instead of being given a helping hand, Florida’s public schools are being dealt a big sucker punch. HB 7069, if signed by Gov. Scott, would devastate public schools, shortchange teachers, and finance a huge giveaway to corporate charter school chains.

By Jon Bleyer - June 9, 2017

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By Damien Filer - June 2, 2017

"If a budget is a statement of our values, then this budget is a gross showcase of the warped, twisted, and irresponsible priorities of Gov. Scott, Speaker Corcoran, President Negron and legislative leadership."

By Jon Bleyer - June 2, 2017

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By Mark Ferrulo - June 1, 2017

Millions of Florida children, seniors, and families have health care today through the Affordable Care Act or Medicaid. The Republican health care plan has put their future in doubt.

By Jon Bleyer - May 26, 2017

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By Jon Bleyer - May 19, 2017

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By Mark Ferrulo - May 16, 2017

It cuts funding for public schools, devastates health care, and ignores the will of the voters on the environment. It’s Florida’s proposed state budget, it’s an absolute disgrace, and Gov. Scott needs to veto it.

By Jon Bleyer - May 5, 2017

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By Damien Filer - May 4, 2017

"Trumpcare will increase health care costs, reduce quality of care, strip coverage from an estimated 24 million Americans and gut protections for people with pre-existing conditions. Adding insult to injury, Trumpcare would exempt Members of Congress from the law."

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