We said NO to Amendment 1.

Thank you to Floridians for defeating it.

The amendment was funded by the big utility companies who have spent well over $15 million to promote the measure with misleading language.

  • Would only maintain the status quo in what is already legal for Floridians
  • Slow expansion and affordability of solar for consumers and businesses alike
  • Creates constitutional barrier to consumers buying electricity from solar companies

What Amendment 1 does not have is the support of a broad, very diverse, grassroots coalition It is exactly what it is, a utility-backed, utility-funded, self-promoting approach to try to keep a monopoly control on their terms.
— Stephen Smith, executive director of the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

We said YES on Amendment 2.

Thank you to Floridians for passing this.

The amendment will give physicians the ability to prescribe marijuana to Floridians with ALS, Cancer, Crohn’s Disease, Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Parkinson’s Disease, PTSD, and other debilitating diseases.

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