"Although work to make our lives more miserable isn't scheduled to start for a couple of years, there is growing community opposition to TBX, which while an admirable display of civic activism, probably will come to naught."Daniel Ruth
Florida GOP Rep. Erik Fresen's pledge to "address the overspending of school districts on school facilities" takes a step forward Tuesday, when the House Appropriations Committee takes up a sweeping measure that would force districts into construction spending limits while also sharing local capital projects tax revenue with charter schools.
There is no reason to compromise Florida’s scarce water supplies to help Big Oil frack. If senators want to sabotage Florida’s future, there’s no better way than to pass Senate Bill 318 – a sure recipe for disaster! Voters should ask senators why they continue to ignore their constituency and vote for a bill not in
Florida’s best interest.
54 percent of Floridians want a ban
One senate chair limited those testifying on fracking to 30 seconds, warning not to talk about “fracking.” (Don’t bother him with facts – he’s not interested.) Many yielded their seconds to Pennsylvanians who had come to enlighten legislators on how fracking had devastated their beautiful state.