Something smelled fishy at Tuesday evening’s Tampa 912 meeting at the American Legion hall, and it wasn’t last week’s fish fry. At issue was the proposed ballot initiative to lift regulations on personal and business generation and sale of solar energy. Before a packed house and media presence, the two opposing sides faced off in a heated debate.
Representative Tobia and Senator Evers have sponsored companion legislation (HB 1121/SB 1496) on the issue of education standards, testing and Common Core. After a thorough review of the legislation, the Liberty First Network would like to bring you the strengths and weaknesses of this legislation and how it compares to the legislation sponsored by Representative Mayfield (HB 743/HB 877) and Senator Bullard (SB 1450/SB 1406) already filed for the 2015 Legislative Session.
“It seems to me AFP has taken up the energy company’s talking points and wrapped them around a grand conspiracy theory to scare people. It’s unacceptable and I expected more from their organization.”
On Monday in Collier, Wyllie, 44, will get his third crack at arguing that recent changes to Florida’s driver’s license requirements are an unconstitutional invasion of privacy.
This session looks very positive as we have many bills to work for instead of working against. Our goals for the legislative season have been well received in the capitol and we are looking forward to the next few months.