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By Jon Bleyer - October 13, 2017

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By Damien Filer - October 12, 2017

In the days and weeks following Hurricane Irma, 14 elderly Floridians have died unnecessarily after they were left in the suffocating heat of their nursing home with no power. Several calls for help to Gov. Scott were sent to voicemail, then deleted, and no help was sent.

By Jon Bleyer - October 6, 2017

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By Damien Filer - October 5, 2017

As lawmakers prepare for the upcoming legislative session, Progress Florida unveiled its “People First” Report Card grading every lawmaker on the votes they cast this past session across a wide spectrum of issues important to Floridians.

By Jon Bleyer - September 29, 2017

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By Jon Bleyer - September 22, 2017

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By Mark Ferrulo - September 21, 2017

Republicans in the US Senate have given their health care plan a different name “Graham-Cassidy”, but it’s almost entirely the same old, disastrous, morally reprehensible health care bill that was defeated by one vote in July. It’s on a fast track for a vote and your voice is needed right now.

By Mark Ferrulo - September 18, 2017

Miami-Dade’s Senate District 40 Special Election on September 26th is an opportunity to turn the tide toward a more progressive Florida, and that means electing Annette Taddeo.

By Mark Ferrulo - September 17, 2017

It’s been a tough week for Florida. Hurricane Irma has left devastation and tragedy in her wake from the Keys to Naples, Miami to Tampa Bay, Orlando to Jacksonville, and so many other communities.

By Jon Bleyer - September 15, 2017

Progress Florida's Best of the Blogs for the week ending 9-15-17
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