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By Jon Bleyer - July 28, 2017

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By Jon Bleyer - July 21, 2017

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By Mark Ferrulo - July 19, 2017

We get it: it’s easy to be cynical about politics and government these days. That’s why when one of our elected officials is fighting the good fight, often thanklessly, we want to lift that person up. 

By Mark Ferrulo - July 14, 2017

Florida’s judicial system was once a model for the nation. Unfortunately, that’s no longer the case. That’s why Progress Florida, on behalf of the Florida Access to Justice Project, has officially submitted a series of proposed revisions to Florida’s Constitution.

By Jon Bleyer - July 14, 2017

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By Damien Filer - July 7, 2017

Earlier today, we sent a letter to the Constitution Revision Commission which included a proposed constitutional amendment to depoliticize the judicial nominating process in Florida.

By Damien Filer - July 6, 2017

Today, Progress Florida and Environmental Action delivered more than 7,000 petitions from Floridians urging the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to deny permits for seismic airgun surveys – the first step toward offshore drilling – in protected areas of the Atlantic Ocean, including along the Florida coastline.

By Jon Bleyer - June 16, 2017

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By Damien Filer - June 15, 2017

"Today, Gov. Rick Scott ignored thousands of parents, teachers and community leaders who have spoken out against this travesty of a bill and embraced a secret and unaccountable process to deal an underhanded sucker punch to public education in our state."

By Mark Ferrulo - June 14, 2017

The health care plan being assembled in the Senate is undoubtedly a travesty. What’s more - it’s an affront to representative democracy. 

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