Posted in State & National News

Florida to share voter registration info

Editor’s note: This is a big deal–and will make our voting registration more secure. From Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis…

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Posted in Politics

League of Women Voters offers election primer

By Jeremy Morrison —With Florida’s upcoming election in November, various efforts are afoot to educate voters about what exactly will be on their ballots. One…

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Posted in Politics

Follow up: Judge rules against state on campus early votiing

Last week, our reporter Sammi Sontag wrote an article on UF and FSU students fighting to have early voting spots on their campuses. Judge Walker…

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Posted in Politics

Students fight for early voting on campuses

By Sammi Sontag INWEEKLY… Six University of Florida students, backed by the League of Women Voters of Florida and The Andrew Goodman Foundation, have filed…

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Posted in Business

League of Women Voters opposes Gulf Power rate hike

Press release: The League of Women Voters of Florida has been granted permission to intervene in a consumer challenge to an outrageous rate increase that…

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Posted in Politics State & National News

League of Women Voters seeks registration extension to Oct. 18

From The News Service of Florida: With a federal judge poised to hear arguments in a related case, the League of Women Voters of Florida…

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Posted in Environment State & National News

Viewpoint: Amendment 1- Utilities Effort to Kill Solar in the Sunshine State

From the League of Women Voters of Florida: Like the ancient story of the Trojan Horse, Florida utilities have brought into our gates, under the…

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Posted in 2016 Election Guns

Coalition calls for special Florida legislative session to ban assault weapons

A coalition of more than 60 local, state, and national organizations have called on the Florida Legislature to convene a special session by July 4…

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Posted in Health Care Battle Politics

Groups file brief in Pensacola to support feds in LIP lawsuit

Pointing to their knowledge about Medicaid-related issues, three Florida groups Monday asked a judge to allow them to file a brief on behalf of the…

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