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The Power Company Making Florida into a “Living Hell”

Outrageously high power bills in 2022 are explained by years of political interference from FPL, Florida’s largest electricity monopoly.

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What You Need to Know About Florida’s New Vote-By-Mail Rules

Voting by mail is still safe and easy and it works mostly the same in Florida! Despite the passage of SB 90, voting by mail has mostly stayed the same, but there are a few changes to keep in mind: read more here.

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16 Reasons The Florida Primary Election Matters

While the primary election day is August 23, early voting begins on August 13 in some Florida counties and even earlier in others. You may be wondering why it is important to vote in this election. As a 21 year old senior in college, I urge you to make your voice heard by voting.

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Victory! Governor DeSantis Vetoes SB 620

On Friday, June 24, Governor Ron DeSantis vetoed SB 620, formally named the Local Business Protection Act, but which critics dubbed the “Ending Local Freedoms Act.”

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Take the Quiz: How Much Would a Gas Tax Holiday Save You?

Late last year, with gas prices rapidly rising across the country, Gov. Ron DeSantis promised that help was on the way for Floridians struggling to fill up their tanks. But new reporting has shown that soon changed. Take our quiz to test your knowledge of what happened with Florida’s gas tax holiday.

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Do Florida’s Corporate Tax Giveaways Come at the Expense of Funding Affordable Housing?

The Florida Legislature just finished holding a three-day special session that was called to address Florida’s property insurance crisis. The …

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