Save Florida’s Sea Turtles! Tell your State Representative to Vote NO on HB 1515
If local governments can no longer enact or strengthen their existing ordinances, it is no exaggeration to say that thousands of sea turtles may die each year.
Write your lawmakers: Ban the Retail Sale of Dogs and Cats
Write an email to your state legislators and ask them to ban the retail sale of dogs and cats which only encourages the cruel conditions of mass breeding operations known as “puppy mills.” #Adopt.
Write your lawmakers: support veterinarian telemedicine in Florida 📱 🐶 🐱
Telemedicine services help provide more convenient and accessible options for pet care, and help reduce costs for pet owners while still maintaining quality care for our pets. Write your lawmaker in support of veterinarian telemedicine in Florida.
Ballot Initiatives: The People’s Superheroes of Florida
Whether it was approving medical marijuana in 2016, or restoring voting rights in 2018, raising the minimum wage in 2020, the voters of Florida have shown that they will use ballot initiatives to be the people’s superheroes.
Advocacy Groups Launch Digital Ad Campaign To Boost Vote-By-Mail Enrollment in Florida
Opportunity For All Floridians and the Miami Freedom Project launched a digital ad campaign to boost vote-by-mail enrollment, and to ask Floridians to contact their state legislators to urge them to protect our vote-by-mail system.
Manatees in Florida: An Endangered Species in Need of Protection
Manatees in Florida are facing numerous threats which should qualify them for endangered species status. With the right actions and protections in place, we can ensure that these gentle giants will continue to thrive in Florida’s waters for generations to come.
Florida Voters Removed from Vote-By-Mail Enrollment: What You Need to Know
Because of a new law, all Florida voters were removed from enrollment in vote-by-mail. To participate in future elections via mail-in voting, Florida voters must re-enroll in vote-by-mail.
By the Numbers
Over 800,000 people would gain affordable health coverage if Florida expands Medicaid.
2.8 million people in Florida do not have access to health care due to rising costs of premiums, prescriptions and deductibles.
Over 3 million Floridians have received at least 1 payment from either the state or federal unemployment programs since March 2020.
93% of all Floridians asked in a recent survey said the state government needs to do more to protect the economy and hard working families.