Every 20 years, Florida’s Governor, the Senate President, Speaker of the House, and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court appoint delegates to a 37-member commission of citizens to review the state Constitution. Known as the Constitutional Revision Commission or “CRC,” this body has the authority to propose amendments to be
(Please note, the below position statement is in reference to a version of SB10 from 2017 that was significantly changed after we created this post. We are leaving it up for posterity.) In Florida, preserving land is conserving water. Wetlands are nature’s water storage systems and act as pollution filters.
Florida’s decades-long water crisis is well documented and getting worse. Leaders from both political parties are offering emergency plans and bold actions to solve the pollution plaguing our coasts, rivers and springs. In North Florida, many of our cherished springs are experiencing alarming declines in their flow and water quality.
PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release: October 12, 2016 Contact: Aliki Moncrief, Executive Director, [email protected], 850-443-7609 or Jonathan Webber, Deputy Director, [email protected], 954-593-4449 Twitter: @fcvoters Rep. Keith Perry Named As One of LCVs’ “Dirty Dozen in the States” List targets the most anti-environment state-level candidates in the country Tallahassee, FL (October 12, 2016) — Today