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Leon County and City of Tallahassee Elected Leaders Join Florida TaxWatch to Announce Efforts to Increase Participation in the 2020 Census

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 10, 2019   TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Florida TaxWatch (FTW) along with elected leaders from Leon County and the City of Tallahassee highlighted the need for community participation in the 2020 Census. As the third largest and fourth fastest growing state in the country, the upcoming Federal Census count will be more important to the Sunshine State …Read More

. on July 10, 2019
Artist, Exoneree Valentino Dixon Launches Art of Freedom Foundation in Florida

For Immediate Release: Tuesday, July 9, 2019 (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) – Artist and exoneree Valentino Dixon today announced the launch of the Art of Freedom Foundation. The foundation is established with the national mission to unite humanity, shine a light on injustice, work with local, state, and federal lawmakers to achieve prison and sentencing reform, and champion the voices …Read More

. on July 9, 2019
How the Patient Savings Act will work

Letter to the Editor by Rep. Paul Renner Miami Herald June 20, 2019 Healthcare costs continue to rise, squeezing personal budgets and threatening the finances of many Floridians. Working with Gov. Ron DeSantis, the Florida Legislature passed major healthcare reforms, like the Patient Savings Act, that arm patients with information about healthcare costs and quality and provide new tools to save …Read More

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Congress must fund infrastructure improvement before disasters happen | Opinion

Opinion Editorial by Wes Maul Miami Herald May 22, 2019 The federal government needs a plan. In Washington, the simple and commonsense approach to solving a problem often attracts the least attention. Nowhere is that more evident than in Washington’s approach to disaster spending, an issue that the Miami Herald Editorial Board highlighted earlier this month in “FEMA pitches financial …Read More

. on May 22, 2019
Legislation will help to reform Florida’s criminal justice system

Opinion Editorial by Rep. Paul Renner Pensacola News Journal May 12, 2019 As state legislators, public safety must always be a top priority. Economic development and good jobs cannot exist where crime is rampant. Statewide, we enjoy a nearly 50-year low in our crime rate. Part of that is attributable to a tough approach toward high risk, violent offenders. However, …Read More

. on May 12, 2019
Coaching Legends Steve Spurrier, Cliff Ellis, and Mickey Andrews Join Forces to Raise Awareness, Call for Disaster Relief for Hurricane Michael Survivors

(Tallahassee, Fla.) – Joining forces as Coaches for the Panhandle, legendary coaches Steve Spurrier, Cliff Ellis, and Mickey Andrews today stood together with Florida State Representative Loranne Ausley (D-Tallahassee), Florida State Senator Bill Montford (D-Tallahassee), and former Florida State Representative Robert Trammell (D-Marianna) for a press conference at the Florida Capitol to implore members of the Florida Legislature to immediately support …Read More

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MEDIA ADVISORY: Coaches for the Florida Panhandle to hold press conference to discuss state disaster relief funds on Thursday, April 18, 2019

(Tallahassee, Fla.) – Collegiate sports coaching icons Steve Spurrier, Cliff Ellis and Mickey Andrews will gather in Tallahassee, Florida to implore members of the Florida Legislature to immediately support disaster relief efforts in Northwest Florida. More than six months after the Category 4 impact of Hurricane Michael, residents and businesses have yet to recover from the devastation, leaving Floridians unable …Read More

. on April 17, 2019
Florida Competitive Workforce Act Secures Record Support

-The FCWA boasts 70+ bipartisan sponsors and co-sponsors endorsing the anti-discrimination measure- (TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) – The Florida Competitive Workforce Act (FCWA), SB 430/HB 485, reached a record-breaking 73 co-sponsors this week. The Florida Competes coalition thanks Republican Representatives Rep. Chip LaMarca (R-Lighthouse Point) and Ana Maria Rodriguez (R-Doral), for helping push the FCWA over the threshold. This is the highest …Read More

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Keep public notices in media to keep government transparent | Opinion

Opinion Editorial by Dominic Calabro and Pat Neal South Florida Sun-Sentinel March 14, 2019 As fellow, red-blooded Americans who cherish the freedoms this nation provides, we at Florida Tax Watch hold dear the independent and unfiltered manner of governmental entities placing public notices in local newspapers of record. Such notices further a citizen’s right to know about their elected official’s …Read More

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On3PR, FiTV Talk Session Issues on Opening Day

Brad Swanson, President & CEO of Florida Internet & Television (#FiTV) spoke with On3PR president Christina Johnson on Tuesday, March 5, the kick-off of Florida’s 60-day Legislative Session in Tallahassee. The interview focused on some of the top issues facing elected leaders, including assignment of benefits (AOB), anti-discrimination measures, along with transportation options within the nation’s third largest state. Click …Read More

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