Uninsured deserve lawmakers’ compassion: My Word

Joel C. Hunter, Senior Pastor of Northland, A Church Distributed, in Longwood

Uninsured deserve lawmakers’ compassion: My Word As a pastor of a Central Florida church, I hear daily from many of those I serve about the problemsthey face. But few stories are more moving and demanding of compassion than those of

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Florida’s Money: Will Governor Scott Do the Right Thing?

Take the money

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 6, 2015 Contact: Deirdre Macnab – League of Women Voters of Florida  Florida’s Money: Will Governor Scott Do the Right Thing? The President of the League of Women Voters of Florida called Gov. Rick Scott’s announcement casting doubt

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LWV-FSU Group Gears Up For Work


April 1— LWV-FSU had their first board meeting last week and all took the LWV-FL certification review/quiz. The picture attached is their first Market Day (every Wed at the Student Union). League provided LWV applications, voter registration documents, and other

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Visit to Cuba Stirs a Mix of Emotions

Kathy Beattie in Cuba

Visit to Cuba stirs a mix of emotions: My Word “Welcome home” is the greeting we received from our Cuban neighbors, who live just 90 miles from our shores. I recently returned from a visit to Cuba, sponsored by the

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Local League In Action, From the President

St. Pete LWV cuts landfill by instituting curbside recycling

From the President: Local Florida LWV in ACTION in St. Petersburg We are proud of the St. Pete League and their success in initiating recycling in their city. This is an issue that their members cared deeply about, was supported

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Viewpoint: Florida failing its sick, poor


Viewpoint: Florida failing its sick, poor The Sunshine State has one of the highest rates of uninsured in the nation, and things could get worse, experts warn, if the Legislature does not take action. Experts painted a grim picture of

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Letter of the day: School vouchers harm public schools

President Shirley Arcuri

{The Tampa Tribune} Jan. 3 editorial, “An encouraging Voucher Victory,” fails to correctly explain the basics of the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program. Vouchers divert money from the public school system by allowing corporations to fund the voucher program instead

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Testimonial “Thank you for letting us know….our absentee ballots HAD in fact expired and we wouldn’t have known.  Registration is valid for only four years now as it turns out.  Thank you so much…we would really like donate to you

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