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Today, Millions of Floridians Become Eligible for Affordable Health Insurance

 

Today, October 1st, nearly 3 million more Floridians become eligible to receive quality, affordable health insurance through the Insurance Marketplace (previously called “Exchanges”) created by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as "Obamacare."

Visiting HealthCare.gov is your first step toward obtaining quality, affordable health insurance through the Marketplace.

Pres Obama Includes Gay Parents in Adoption Proclamation

President Obama has included gay parents in a proclamation recognizing November as national adoption month.

Meet the Intern: Morgan Baker

Morgan Baker
(Media Intern - Jacksonville Office)

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Volunteer at Charlotte County Pride Fest 2015!

Date: 
Saturday, May 9, 2015 - 10:30am - 9:00pm

It has been an eventful year! After years of waiting Floridians now have marriage equality! But, the fight isn't over. LGBT individuals in Florida who were married on Saturday can still be legally fired from their job on Monday. We have to keep the momentum going throughout Florida to eliminate discrimination in the workplace and pass the Florida Competitive Workforce Act!

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Lobby Days 2015 was a huge success!

It’s been a little over a week since Lobby Days, but the energy of those two powerful days is still here! During the event incredible volunteers from across the state engaged with over 80 Representatives and Senators to continue the momentum behind pro-equality legislation. The event was dynamic and inspiring for all who attended.

NEWS RELEASE: Using taxpayer funds to discriminate

Adoption agencies receiving taxpayer funds could discriminate as they wish

Bill is proposed soon after state House voted to increase payments to private agencies

(March 19, 2015) A bill that would allow private adoption agencies to take state money while continuing to discriminate against groups of prospective parents was approved by a Florida House committee Thursday.

Twelve Republicans voted for it; six Democrats opposed it.

MEET THE INTERNS: Tierney Tran and Andrew Caplan

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