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By Jon Bleyer - January 12, 2018

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By Damien Filer - January 11, 2018
With the Florida House poised to debate HB 41 on the floor today, Progress Florida is calling on Florida lawmakers to reject this legislation that would funnel taxpayer dollars to anti-abortion “crisis pregnancy centers” that spread misinformation and false information to pregnant women.
By Damien Filer - January 9, 2018
As the 2018 legislative session kicked off, advocates gathered at The Capitol to “Awake The State” for a Florida that works for every Floridian, not just the wealthy and well-connected.
By Jon Bleyer - January 5, 2018

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By Julie Hauserman - December 27, 2017
As we saw throughout this year, when progressives organize, mobilize, and fight back, we stand a good chance at winning even against seemingly impossible odds. In 2018, with your help, here are just some of the things Progress Florida will be doing.
By Ray Seaman - December 22, 2017
After nearly eight years in power, Gov. Rick Scott and legislative leadership’s economic policies have failed to deliver for everyday Floridians. It’s time to stand up and fight back for a Florida that works for all Floridians. It’s time to Awake The State.
By Jon Bleyer - December 22, 2017

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By Jon Bleyer - December 1, 2017

Progress Florida's Best of the Blogs for the week ending 12-1-17
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By Damien Filer - November 29, 2017

As Rick Scott enters his final legislative session, For Florida’s Future, a working families advocacy group, is launching RicksRecession.com, a new website highlighting the majority of counties still mired in a recession, and the nearly half of households in Florida who qualify as working poor.

By Mark Ferrulo - November 28, 2017

Not in recent memory has Florida faced more challenges (or opportunities) than it does right now. Make a contribution today as part of #GivingTuesday and fuel the fight to win big progressive victories in 2018.

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