The presidential primary election in Florida is giving us hope.
The plaintiffs allege the state’s failure to extend vote-by-mail deadlines, adjust early voting dates, and expand mail ballot transmission options amounts to a denial of critical voter opportunities in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment. The state’s refusal to take reasonable emergency election measures will prevent Floridians from participating in Tuesday’s Presidential Primary elections.
The Tammy Jackson Act (HB 1259 and SB 852) ensures protections for pregnant incarcerated women and their babies
Community Leaders Demand to Stop Corporate Giveaways and Instead Focus on Paid Sick Leave Florida Grassroots Organizations Call on Legislature and Governor to Respond To Community Needs Community Leaders Demand to Stop Corporate Giveaways and Instead Focus on Paid Sick Leave On Friday, a coalition of Florida grassroots organizations held a press call to demand…
The bill ensures protections for pregnant incarcerated women and their babies
Hundreds joined the Collective Voice Partners to exercise their right to vote
One month ahead of the Florida Primary, NewFM will set to reach 600,000 Latinx, Black, Haitian, young voters and women of color in Florida, to talk to them about Elizabeth Warren and her plans
On January 28, 2020 Resilience Force and New Florida Majority unveiled their comprehensive new report, A People’s Framework for Disaster Response: Rewriting the Rules of Recovery After Climate Disasters, a groundbreaking examination of the current state of Florida’s hurricane recovery, with a particular focus on the inequities faced by the resilience workforce that support recovery…