Florida Family Policy Blog
(Orlando, FL) US Sen. Marco Rubio will address Florida Family Policy Council’s 2022 Annual Policy Awards dinner and state Sen. Aaron Bean will serve as MC. The featured speaker for the evening is CEO of the Babylon Bee Seth Dillon, and the event will take place on Saturday, May 14th at the Rosen Centre Hotel.
(Kissimmee, FL) Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a late-term abortion bill into law today at a Spanish-speaking church surrounded by about 200 women, children and supporters of the bill which protects unborn children after 15 weeks, making it the strongest protection for unborn children in Florida’s history since Roe v. Wade.
BREAKING NEWS: GOV RON DESANTIS SIGNS PARENTS’ RIGHTS IN EDUCATION BILL INTO LAW DESPITE FIERCE OPPOSITION
In the Disney vs DeSantis Battle, DeSantis & Parents Across America are the clear winners.
Today, Disney employees are staging an all-day walkout in protest of Florida HB 1557, a bill that protects parents and children. The problem? Those are among Disney’s key consumers.
The final week of the Florida legislative session is finished for the year and what a year it was! The 2022 Florida Legislative Session was one of the most productive and victory-filled sessions in Florida Family Policy Council’s history.
Week 8 is over and session is almost finished for the year! One more week to go. Here are some of the highlights from the week on our top priority bills!
Week 7 has come to a close and featured some incredible advances on several of our top priority bills even in the face of ugly and fierce opposition. The week began Monday afternoon with HB 5, the late-term abortion ban protecting the unborn after 15 weeks, which passed the final Senate committee stop.
Our speaker this year is Seth Dillon, CEO of The Babylon Bee. The Babylon Bee is a conservative Christian news satire website that publishes satirical articles on topics including religion, politics, current events, and public figures. It has been referred to in the media as the Christian version of The Onion.
Week 6 has come and gone and session is over two-thirds complete! This week was filled with exciting advances on three of our top priority bills! On Monday, Rep. Brad Drake presented HB 687, the Free Speech for Healthcare Practitioners Act, in its first House committee Professions and Public Health.
Week 5 has come to an end! If a bill has not yet been through at least some committees at this point, the odds that it will pass are rapidly shrinking. Subcommittees and some committees are beginning to wrap up as the focus turns to floor debate on the bills passed out of committees. As many good bills advance in the session, the intensity and frustration of the opposition has increased.
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