Members of the LWVFL Education Committee have authored a whitepaper entitled "Tying the Hands of District Public Schools: An Analysis of Potential Consequences of Recent Education Bills." Here is a snippet: Florida’s public schools are often touted as being the best...
League Studies in Action
Step Up for Students Preliminary Investigative Report
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Florida’s Twentieth Century Women Environmentalists
As part of the 100th anniversary celebrations of the League of Women Voters and Women’s Suffrage, as well as the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we are pleased to bring you booklets acknowledging the contributions of women to Florida environmentalism in the twentieth...
2020 Summer EV Report Card
League of Women Voters of Florida Applauds Federal Ruling in Florida Felons’ Voting Rights Case
TALLAHASSEE, Fla — In response to the ruling on SB 7066 by U.S. District Court Judge Robert Hinkle, League of Women Voters of Florida President Patricia Brigham released the following statement: “Today’s ruling by U.S District Judge Robert Hinkle finally clears...
Economic Benefits of Medicaid Expansion
The goal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is to improve the health of Americans. A major objective of the legislation is to increase access to health care by making affordable insurance universally available. Expanding Medicaid to include...
Health Benefits of Medicaid Expansion
LWVFL Questions Hold Up on CARES Act Election Funds, Proposes Solutions
Reproductive Health Bills Summary for 2020 Florida Legislative Session
League of Women Voters of Florida Supports Supervisor of Elections Request for Statutory Modifications Surrounding Elections
ORLANDO, Fla — Today the League of Women Voters of Florida is announcing support of a request sent to Governor Ron DeSantis by the Florida Supervisor of Elections Association to modify existing statutory provisions to aid in carrying out an election during the current...
LWVFL Electric Vehicles Report, 2019
Supreme Court to review proposed BAWN amendment
On June 10th, Ban Assault Weapons Now! (BAWN) – a bipartisan organization led by survivors of mass shootings in Orlando and Parkland – held a press conference outside the Orange County Supervisor of Elections office announcing that they have obtained 103,000...
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