How Florida Ranks in US News and World Report Studies

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In the just released US News Report on Best States, Florida ranks 24th overall, but there are some big highs and lows. While in overall Healthcare we rank 31st, in Health Care Access we rank at the bottom of the

See Panel Discussion Following “Newtown” Film Viewing in Orlando

Following a screening of “Newtown,” a film about the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, panelists discussed gun safety. Participating in the Gun Safety Panel discussion were the Reverend Jennifer Stiles Williams, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, Orlando, Dr. Julie Kessel,

LWVFL Advocating For You in Tallahassee

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Feb. 17— It is time to MOBILIZE! Please help bring The League of Women Voters of Florida’s voices and actions to politicians in Tallahassee. Florida’s Legislative Session runs from  March 7 througn May 5, 2017. We will advocate for change and make democracy work for

Breaking News: SAS prices have dropped!

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February 8, 2017 The cost of this trip to Cuba has been reduced by ~$400! Continue reading below for more details   New Pricing information: Single: $4,738 (Previously $5,168)   Double: $4,059 (Previously $4,444) All prices quoted are per traveler.   Registration

KILL THESE BAD BILLS ON REDISTRICTING AND OPEN CARRY

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Feb. 6— TELL OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS TO KILL THESE BAD BILLS! The 2017 Legislative Session is right around the corner  but we need your help to kill two bills before Session  begins on March 7! First, Redistricting! Senate Bill 352, will

Join Us!

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Feb. 8th — The League of Women Voters of Florida is busy and effective.  WE GET IT DONE. Your voice is needed to help continue working on these and other vital issues: • Open Carry Gun Regulation • Same-Day Voter Registration •

League Finishes Open Primary Study

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January 31—  League Finishes Open Primary Study LWVFL’s Open Primary Study Kit is completed and has been sent out to League Presidents and members of the ad hoc Open Primary Study Team across the state. Primaries first began in the

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