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The 4-H program needs your help ASAP! We are currently in a special legislative session regarding the state budget. Read more
Senator Marco Rubio sent out a survey today (“Paid For By Marco Rubio For Senate”), so we thought we would share a few of the survey questions with you. We have a lot to say in answer to the questions we’ve outlined below. Let us know what YOU think.
Hundreds of people flooded University Avenue to march for science this past weekend. We are so proud that our members were among those numbers. Thank you to everyone who made signs, marched, watched the livestream, and otherwise supported the March for Science in Gainesville. The event demonstrated that Gainesville believes in science, enjoys science, and supports science. Read more
Sandy Parker, an Indivisible Gainesville member was shocked by some of Rep. Ted Yoho’s statements at recent Town Halls. So, he did some investigation and found out that there are many times when the things that Yoho has said boggles the mind. Here are the Top Ten Ted Yoho moments.
1) Ted floats the nutty idea that citizens should be allowed access to the same weaponry as the military to make it a fair fight when the government needs to be overthrown. Stick around for the weird lottery and poison analogy. Read more
If the Department of Education is eliminated, so is our family’s guaranteed access to free and appropriate public education for our child.
Dear Congressman Yoho,
I am a Navy spouse. My husband has served in the United States Navy for 18 years. Our 8 year old daughter, Audrey, has special needs.
As a military family, we move often, in order to provide my husbands service and expertise where our country deems he is needed most. In fact, while we are your constituents because we are legal residents of Green Cove Springs, (and therefore vote there,) we have not resided there for 11 years.
You have stated that you support the elimination of the Department of Education. This would be disastrous for families like mine. We rely on the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, provided by the federal Department of Education, to ensure that our child receives a free and appropriate public education regardless of which state we happen to currently reside. My husband has a very limited choice of which orders he can select, so we often don’t have the luxury of choosing which state we reside in. If the Department of Education is eliminated, so is our family’s guaranteed access to free and appropriate public education for our child.
Please reconsider your position on this issue. Military families who have special needs children depend on the Department of Education.
Legal Resident of Green Cove Springs