A new report by the Florida Access to Justice Project (FAJP) puts the spotlight on both the flood of special interest money and lack of diversity in our state court system.
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Progress Florida Education Institute has launched a six-figure advertising campaign to educate the public and opinion leaders about how anti-abortion extremism is fueling the Zika crisis in Florida.
Sign on to our letter demanding answers as to why Gov. Scott’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) deliberately chose not to inform the public about the Mosaic mine's threat to our water and our health.
Floridians caught in the health care coverage gap don’t make enough money to qualify for subsidized health insurance through the Healthcare.gov Marketplace, and make too much money to qualify for Medicaid.
"This report is a stark reminder of how urgent it is that we expand the diversity of Florida’s judiciary. When our courts are not reflective of the communities they serve, it negatively impacts the objectivity of our courts and Floridians’ access to fairness and justice."
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A new oil drilling operation has been proposed in the eastern Everglades. Oil drilling threatens not only Everglades restoration, but also imperiled wildlife and south Florida’s drinking water.
Now that Online Voter Registration (OVR) has become law, there are four key issues Gov. Scott and his administration must address to ensure the most effective and accessible system possible.