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Debbie Mucarsel-Powell Dec 14
As someone who has worked on climate change for years, I am well aware of the need to enhance protections on the environment. In South Florida alone, we are witnessing stronger storms, increased flooding, red tide, algae blooms, and the list goes on and on.
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Dem House Leader Dec 14
Let’s be absolutely clear- The Florida House Democratic Caucus will oppose any attempt by Gov- elect to delay the Jan 8th effective date for Amendment 4. This is non-negotiable.
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Ken Russell Miami Dec 14
It's great to have leaders like Dr. Sabrina Tassy-Lewis in our community. She has inspired thousands of kids in our and has worked hard for her vision to help others. It was my honor to give her a recognition yesterday at Commission meeting.
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Miami-Dade Democrats Dec 13
Congratulations to Maria-Elena López and Laura Wagner. We are so fortunate to have them serve in our party leadership as we prepare for 2019 and 2020
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William Byatt Dec 13
Thank you to for re-electing me as your Treasurer! I'm here to keep the books, build power, and win elections.
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Annette Taddeo Dec 13
Thank you to my fellow for electing me with overwhelming support tonight for State Committeewoman! After my re-election as State Senator this Nov, I was proud 2 have prevailed through 2 tough elections barely a year apart.
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David Smiley Dec 11
Sat down with Gillum last night at UTD headquarters on Biscayne Blvd. some excerpts from the convo here
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Miami-Dade Democrats Dec 11
With a population over 60K, Doral is Florida’s fastest growing big city. We hope to see residents getting engaged with their city council. Please remind your friends in Doral to vote today before 7pm for Belinda Leon for City Council
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Miami-Dade Democrats Dec 11
La última elección de 2018 toma lugar en Doral, hoy! Recuérdales a tus amigos de votar antes de las 7pm. Deseamos suerte a Belinda Leon. Busca aquí donde puedes votar.
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1199SEIUFlorida Dec 7
Immigrants shouldn't have to choose between a green card and benefits they need to survive.
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Florida Health Justice Project Dec 7
Over 100,000 U.S.-born children will lose their health insurance if the rule is finalized and half of them live in South Florida. by telling the govt. NOT to do this here:
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Florida Immigrant Coalition Dec 7
The proposed "" changes would discourage immigrant women from accessing public benefits like prenatal care, primary care, or nutrition assistance – and more. Submit a comment to oppose these shameful changes ➡️
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Commissioner Eileen Higgins Dec 7
Please join me in standing against this proposed public charge rule that would harm the most vulnerable in . A special thank you to and for their tireless advocacy on this issue.
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Commissioner Eileen Higgins Dec 7
Por favor únanse a mí en contra de esta propuesta regla de que le haría daño a los más vulnerables en . Gracias a y por su trabajo invaluable en este asunto.
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Miami-Dade Democrats Dec 6
Only a few days left to leave public comment on this proposal from the President meant to make life more difficult for immigrants who are here legally. It is time to take a stand and contact your representatives
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Alberto M. Carvalho Dec 6
Frightening immigrants back into the shadows does not and will not improve our economy or the well-being of our community. Engagement over isolation is the best bet to improve this nation’s system.
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Daniella Levine Cava Dec 2
It is better to light just one little candle than to stumble in the dark.
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Commissioner Eileen Higgins Dec 2
Tonight, families all across our community will come together to celebrate the first night of Wishing everyone in a happy and healthy holiday season!
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Terrie Rizzo Nov 19
Congratulations to Rep. Kionne McGhee, HD117 in Miami, unanimously elected as FL House Democratic Leader! are proud to stand with you & fight for all Floridians under your leadership — we look forward to the next 2 years!
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