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How Will the 98-Page Florida Election Bill Affect Voters?

The Florida Senate filed a 98-page election on April 3 and passed it through its first committee the next day. We break down how this ...
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The Playbook to Privatize G.R.U. and Raise Rates

Why the bill to take over Gainesville's publicly owned utility is part of a long playbook to privatize it and sell it to one of ...
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Florida Republicans’ union-busting bill is a sexist assault on front-line workers | Opinion 

Guest author Rep. Dotie Joseph points out that lawmakers in the Florida Legislature want to make it harder for nurses and teachers’ unions to sustain ...
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A sign reminding voters in Pinecrest to return their ballots via vote-by-mail by March 7.

Pinecrest offers a lesson — and a warning — about vote-by-mail and democracy | Opinion

There was a whopping 54% voter participation in the Village of Pinecrest’s off-year local special election. Vote-by-mail made the difference, says the vice mayor of ...
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Sea Turtle Survival At Risk From Tallahassee Power Grab

Florida lawmakers are pushing a new law through the Florida Legislature that could put the survival of sea turtles at risk.
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Solar on Schools Saves Money, Saves Lives

Florida schools are falling behind states with far less sunshine. Will 2023 be the year solar schools make the grade?
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Electric Vehicle Wars Heating Up In Florida

There's an electric vehicle war in Florida: Investor-Owned Utilities vs Gas Stations and Charging manufacturers, which calls for increased competition so consumers can benefit.
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The Luddites Strike Again: Electric Vehicles Edition

As our economy transitions to electric vehicles, we are seeing a resurgence of anti-technology resistance: the Luddites Strike Again.
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The Florida Legislature Should Not Enable Deceptive and Predatory Business Practices

All Floridians deserve a fair economic playing field with consumer protections that shield us from deceptive and predatory business practices. And that is what our ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Floridians with disabilities may face more voting obstacles | Opinion

Guest author Olivia Babis argues that recent changes to the vote-by-mail request proposed by Secretary of State Cord Byrd could create significant barriers for voters ...
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