Second Chances and Voting Restoration Amendment
by Women's March FL Keys Chapter on August 1st, 2017
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CALL REPS about AHCA
by Women's March FL Keys Chapter on June 13th, 2017
Call Call Call!

Senator Bill Nelson  305-536-5999 or 202-224-5274

Senator Marco Rubio  305-418-8553 or 202-224-3041

US Representative Carlos Curbelo  305-292-4485 or 202-225-2778





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MAY 8th Pledge of Liberation
by Women's March FL Keys Chapter on May 5th, 2017
MONDAY MAY 8th,  4:30PM GATO BUILDING.  We need ALL HANDS ON DECK FOR THIS TEAM. Rep. Curbelo's vote to kill the ACA and pass a new healthcare bill today will not go unnoticed. His vote is a vote against women and those most vulnerable among us. 

We will be protesting at his office at the Gato Building on Monday, May 8th, at 4:30pm. ***More details coming in email blast. Please make sure you have

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EDUCATION Call-to-Action 4/25/17
by Women's March FL Keys Chapter on April 25th, 2017
#womensmarchflorida SUPPORT PUBLIC SCHOOLS
TOGETHER, THESE BILLS PREVENT SCHOOL DISTRICTS FROM HAVING TO SET UP  "HIGH-PERFORMING CHARTER SCHOOLS."  INSTEAD, PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILL RECEIVE MUCH-NEEDED ASSISTANCE TO SERVE LOW-INCOME AREAS.

Tell your Senator to vote YES on SB 1552 and NO on 796!
CALL ANITERE FLORES: (850) 487-5039

VOTE YES ON SB 1552 because it eliminates Schools of Hope funding (charter




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4-21-17 CLEAN THE EVERGLADES
by Women's March FL Keys Chapter on April 21st, 2017
#womensmarchflorida CALL-to-ACTION SUPPORT HB 761 SB10 passed in the FL Senate and has been moving very slowly in the House.  
* Contact the Natural Resources and Public Lands Subcommittee and urge them to hear the bill and keep it moving forward!
*First ask if your representative has an opinion on the topic, then voice yours. 
*Remember please and thank you goes a long way!
Natural Resources and Publ



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We Belong Together
by Women's March FL Keys Chapter on April 18th, 2017
#WOMENSMARCHFLORIDA PRESENTS ACTION #7 WE BELONG TOGETHER For Action #7, We Belong Together, we invite you to join us in participating in the Kids Week of Action. Unite with children and families across the country, empower young activists and commit to making communities a welcoming place for all.

This action is centered around the concept of unity and family, and the belief that children have a

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Fracking has NO place in Florida
by Women's March FL Keys Chapter on April 17th, 2017
#womensmarchflorida Call-to-Action Monday 4/17/17 Nearly half of the Florida Senate is cosponsoring the bill to ban fracking statewide- SB 442. But there are 3 legislators who we know support a ban on fracking, yet they aren't cosponsoring the bill. 

Both the House and Senate have stalled on hearing the ban fracking bills. But if these 3 legislators cosponsor the bill, then over half of the senat

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4-12-17 CALL TO ACTION
by Women's March FL Keys Chapter on April 12th, 2017
Women's March Florida supports LEAGUE of WOMEN VOTERS-FL CALL-to ACTION: Florida House undermines public school districts' authority.

Call Holly Raschein (850) 717-5120 House bills 5101, 5103, and 5105 declare that any district with a D or F school is in a state of emergency.

After three years, students will be reassigned, schools will be closed or contracted to private charters called “Schools of



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#WomensMarchFlorida 4.11.17
by Women's March FL Keys Chapter on April 11th, 2017
#womensmarchflorida Daily Action Tuesday 4/11/17 via Florida Immigrant Coalition We must continue making calls and asking our leaders to stand with our families and communities. For the first time, our state legislature has two (2) Latina women who hold two (2) of the most powerful positions in the Florida Legislature. Senator Anitere Flores and Representative Jeanette Nuñez have been strong champ...  Read More
HEAR OUR VOTE!
by Women's March FL Keys Chapter on April 5th, 2017
WOMEN'S MARCH FLORIDA April 5th, Daily Action
#WOMENSMARCHFLORIDA DAILY ACTION #HEAROURVOTE April 5, 2017

Women’s March honors all who have fought for the right to vote, facing violence and even death to do so. We also acknowledge how the fight for women’s suffrage largely ignored the rights of Black, Asian, and Indigenous women, who remained barred from voting for decades after the 19th Amendment


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