Overnight tonight, Floridians will turn their clocks back one hour to comply with the end to daylight saving time. You will remember, in 2018, the Florida legislature passed a bill to end the practice of changing our clocks forward and… Read More ›
This November 3, 2020, voters in Florida’s District 31 for the Florida State Senate will choose between incumbent Lori Berman or Tami Donnally. The two face off again as they have gone up against each other in the past, most… Read More ›
Florida House District 90 encompasses much of the area between I-95 to the Florida Turnpike and from Boynton Beach to West Palm Beach. The district has approximately 160,000 residents, and voters in the district will decide whether to send incumbent… Read More ›
Florida State House District 88 encompasses a jagged line stretching from Lake Park down to Delray Beach. In looking at the map of many state districts, including District 88, one would never guess we passed a constitutional amendment to end… Read More ›
Florida State House District 91 has a population of just under 157,000 Floridians and encompasses a fair amount of Southern Palm Beach County. It is one of the less gerrymandered districts in the state going from Boca Del Mar up… Read More ›
Floridians’ property taxes are protected from rising over 3 percent in any year from the “Save Our Home” homesteading exemption. When one moves from one home to another, they have two years “portability” where they can keep that property tax protection and potentially keep their property taxes lower than their new neighbors. Under the proposed Florida Amendment 5, it would extend that portability time frame to three years instead of two.
Americans for Prosperity is out with their 2018 Florida Legislative Scorecard — where does your legislator rank on economic freedom?
Americans for Prosperity in Florida (AFP-FL) has come out with their 2018 Legislative Scorecard for Florida legislators. The State Senators and State Representatives are ranked in terms of their voting on economic issues. And since those issues can vary with… Read More ›
Tallahassee, Fla – Today, the Florida Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on whether or not to advance SB 1234, also known as the Campus Free Expression Act. The bill will improve the free speech climate at Florida’s publicly funded college and university campuses by… Read More ›
Florida Second Amendment rights group sends open letter to State Senator Negron and State Representative Corcoran regarding Parkland massacre
An Open Letter to The Florida Legislature c/o Hon. Joseph Negron and Hon. Richard Corcoran As the State of Florida mourns the loss of innocent lives on Wednesday in Broward County, I mourn too, but I am also angry. I… Read More ›
If there ever was a time to kick incumbent politicians out of office, the 2017 Florida legislative session gives Floridians a clear example as to why. This past November, 71 percent of Floridians voted to expand medical marijuana in the… Read More ›