LWVUS Statement on “Election Integrity Commission”

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May 11– Washington, DC – The League of Women Voters President, Chris Carson issued the following statement in response to reports that President Trump will announce an election commission to investigate false claims of widespread voter fraud in American elections: “President Trump’s

We are calling on Governor Rick Scott to veto the budget.

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  Dear Governor Scott, Please see the attached letter asking for your veto of the budget presented to you by the Florida Legislature on May 8, 2017. Respectfully submitted, Pamela S. Goodman, President League of Women Voters of Florida CC: Florida

Important news for LWVF Convention

Cool as an ocean breeze… HOTTER THAN EVER! Life’s a BEACH at  LWVF Convention 2017! The League of Women Voters of Florida will be holding our 36th biennial Convention on June 9-10 in Ft Lauderdale. ALL Members are invited! It is THE League experience and

Lots of Power but too Much Secrecy

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April 16– The Sun Sentinel Editorial Board has taken a close look at the Constitutional Revision Commission and they don’t like what they see: Florida’s most powerful unelected body is off to a terrible start. The Constitution Revision Commission has

LWVFL Concerned Regarding Proposed Rules of CRC

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    April 10, 2017   Dear Chairman Beruff and Commissioners: Please see the attached letter addressing concerns that the League of Women Voters of Florida has regarding proposed rules of the Constitution Revision Commission. Respectfully submitted,   Pamela S. Goodman,

Constitution Revision Commission announces public hearings

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March 23—  Chairman Beruff Announces Statewide “Floridians Speak, We Listen” Tour The 2017-2018 Constitution Revision Commission is hitting the road to learn about the issues important to Florida families TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Chairman Carlos Beruff today announced the first four scheduled

Fake News vs. Real News – and how to tell the difference

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Sometimes the stories are made up, like “Pope Francis endorses Donald Trump.” Sometimes they’re politicians’ spin, like dueling claims of lawmakers in Tallahassee and Gov. Rick Scott over money for economic development. And sometimes, they’re flat-out lies. As more and

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