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Tina Polsky

District 30 • Democratic
100%
Grade
A+
Grade
100%
Score
A+
Grade
Score
100%

Tina Polsky

This law negatively impacts immigrant communities by: mandating data collection on documentation status at hospitals, criminalizing the transportation of undocumented immigrants into the state with up to a second degree felony, requiring the use e-verify for employers with over 25 employees, and much more.
Oppose
This discriminatory law places an undue burden on everyone in Florida with ties to certain countries, specially those in the AAPI community, by depriving them of their right to property, and violating the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, and alienage.
Oppose
This law seeks to undermine workers' ability to collectively bargain and fight for better wages and benefits. This is a union busting law that decertifies public sector unions with less than 60% membership while also making automatic dues deduction illegal for public sector unions. Police unions are exempt.
Oppose
This law criminalizes doctors for providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth, and alters state custody laws to favor an unsupportive parent. It also imposes new written consent procedures for gender-affirming care for adults, and requires that all care must be provided by an in-person physician.
Oppose
New law that makes it harder for community based organizations to register Floridians to vote. The law creates barriers for organizations that conduct voter registration drives by restricting who can assist with voter registration drives. It harms organizations that play a vital role in registering voters of all political backgrounds but are especially essential for engaging Black and brown communities in the democratic process.
Oppose
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Oppose
This law is designed to continue defunding Florida public schools and in the process hand over $4 billion of tax dollars to unaccountable private charter schools through a voucher program.
Oppose
This law establishes permitless carry in Florida and abolishes all training and safety requirements to carry a gun in Florida. States that passed permitless carry saw a 22 percent increase in gun homicide for the three years after passage. When Arizona repealed its concealed carry requirement in 2010, there was an 11 percent increase in gun injuries and deaths.
Oppose
Bans abortion at 6 weeks with hard to access exceptions. Gives $25 million to anti-abortion, fake clinics. Clarifies the ban on Telehealth for abortion care.
Oppose
This law Dictates what college courses students could choose to pursue, prohibiting fields of study involving race and gender studies. It prohibits spending on activities that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, prioritizing neoclassical education focused on Western European civilization instead. It also usurps faculty hiring decisions to the governors’ appointees and allows tenure to be reviewed at any time.
Oppose

Tobin Rogers “Toby” Overdorf

District 85 • Republican
0%
Grade
F
Grade
0%
Score
F
Grade
Score
0%

Tobin Rogers “Toby” Overdorf

This law negatively impacts immigrant communities by: mandating data collection on documentation status at hospitals, criminalizing the transportation of undocumented immigrants into the state with up to a second degree felony, requiring the use e-verify for employers with over 25 employees, and much more.
Support
This discriminatory law places an undue burden on everyone in Florida with ties to certain countries, specially those in the AAPI community, by depriving them of their right to property, and violating the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, and alienage.
Support
This law seeks to undermine workers' ability to collectively bargain and fight for better wages and benefits. This is a union busting law that decertifies public sector unions with less than 60% membership while also making automatic dues deduction illegal for public sector unions. Police unions are exempt.
Support
This law criminalizes doctors for providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth, and alters state custody laws to favor an unsupportive parent. It also imposes new written consent procedures for gender-affirming care for adults, and requires that all care must be provided by an in-person physician.
Support
New law that makes it harder for community based organizations to register Floridians to vote. The law creates barriers for organizations that conduct voter registration drives by restricting who can assist with voter registration drives. It harms organizations that play a vital role in registering voters of all political backgrounds but are especially essential for engaging Black and brown communities in the democratic process.
Support
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Support
This law is designed to continue defunding Florida public schools and in the process hand over $4 billion of tax dollars to unaccountable private charter schools through a voucher program.
Support
This law establishes permitless carry in Florida and abolishes all training and safety requirements to carry a gun in Florida. States that passed permitless carry saw a 22 percent increase in gun homicide for the three years after passage. When Arizona repealed its concealed carry requirement in 2010, there was an 11 percent increase in gun injuries and deaths.
Support
Bans abortion at 6 weeks with hard to access exceptions. Gives $25 million to anti-abortion, fake clinics. Clarifies the ban on Telehealth for abortion care.
Support
This law Dictates what college courses students could choose to pursue, prohibiting fields of study involving race and gender studies. It prohibits spending on activities that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, prioritizing neoclassical education focused on Western European civilization instead. It also usurps faculty hiring decisions to the governors’ appointees and allows tenure to be reviewed at any time.
Support

Tom A. Wright

District 8 • Republican
0%
Grade
F
Grade
0%
Score
F
Grade
Score
0%

Tom A. Wright

This law negatively impacts immigrant communities by: mandating data collection on documentation status at hospitals, criminalizing the transportation of undocumented immigrants into the state with up to a second degree felony, requiring the use e-verify for employers with over 25 employees, and much more.
Support
This discriminatory law places an undue burden on everyone in Florida with ties to certain countries, specially those in the AAPI community, by depriving them of their right to property, and violating the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, and alienage.
Support
This law seeks to undermine workers' ability to collectively bargain and fight for better wages and benefits. This is a union busting law that decertifies public sector unions with less than 60% membership while also making automatic dues deduction illegal for public sector unions. Police unions are exempt.
Support
This law criminalizes doctors for providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth, and alters state custody laws to favor an unsupportive parent. It also imposes new written consent procedures for gender-affirming care for adults, and requires that all care must be provided by an in-person physician.
Support
New law that makes it harder for community based organizations to register Floridians to vote. The law creates barriers for organizations that conduct voter registration drives by restricting who can assist with voter registration drives. It harms organizations that play a vital role in registering voters of all political backgrounds but are especially essential for engaging Black and brown communities in the democratic process.
Support
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Support
This law is designed to continue defunding Florida public schools and in the process hand over $4 billion of tax dollars to unaccountable private charter schools through a voucher program.
Support
This law establishes permitless carry in Florida and abolishes all training and safety requirements to carry a gun in Florida. States that passed permitless carry saw a 22 percent increase in gun homicide for the three years after passage. When Arizona repealed its concealed carry requirement in 2010, there was an 11 percent increase in gun injuries and deaths.
Support
Bans abortion at 6 weeks with hard to access exceptions. Gives $25 million to anti-abortion, fake clinics. Clarifies the ban on Telehealth for abortion care.
Support
This law Dictates what college courses students could choose to pursue, prohibiting fields of study involving race and gender studies. It prohibits spending on activities that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, prioritizing neoclassical education focused on Western European civilization instead. It also usurps faculty hiring decisions to the governors’ appointees and allows tenure to be reviewed at any time.
Support

Tom Fabricio

District 110 • Republican
0%
Grade
F
Grade
0%
Score
F
Grade
Score
0%

Tom Fabricio

This law negatively impacts immigrant communities by: mandating data collection on documentation status at hospitals, criminalizing the transportation of undocumented immigrants into the state with up to a second degree felony, requiring the use e-verify for employers with over 25 employees, and much more.
Support
This discriminatory law places an undue burden on everyone in Florida with ties to certain countries, specially those in the AAPI community, by depriving them of their right to property, and violating the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, and alienage.
Support
This law seeks to undermine workers' ability to collectively bargain and fight for better wages and benefits. This is a union busting law that decertifies public sector unions with less than 60% membership while also making automatic dues deduction illegal for public sector unions. Police unions are exempt.
Support
This law criminalizes doctors for providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth, and alters state custody laws to favor an unsupportive parent. It also imposes new written consent procedures for gender-affirming care for adults, and requires that all care must be provided by an in-person physician.
Support
New law that makes it harder for community based organizations to register Floridians to vote. The law creates barriers for organizations that conduct voter registration drives by restricting who can assist with voter registration drives. It harms organizations that play a vital role in registering voters of all political backgrounds but are especially essential for engaging Black and brown communities in the democratic process.
Support
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Support
This law is designed to continue defunding Florida public schools and in the process hand over $4 billion of tax dollars to unaccountable private charter schools through a voucher program.
Support
This law establishes permitless carry in Florida and abolishes all training and safety requirements to carry a gun in Florida. States that passed permitless carry saw a 22 percent increase in gun homicide for the three years after passage. When Arizona repealed its concealed carry requirement in 2010, there was an 11 percent increase in gun injuries and deaths.
Support
Bans abortion at 6 weeks with hard to access exceptions. Gives $25 million to anti-abortion, fake clinics. Clarifies the ban on Telehealth for abortion care.
Support
This law Dictates what college courses students could choose to pursue, prohibiting fields of study involving race and gender studies. It prohibits spending on activities that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, prioritizing neoclassical education focused on Western European civilization instead. It also usurps faculty hiring decisions to the governors’ appointees and allows tenure to be reviewed at any time.
Support

Tommy Gregory

District 72 • Republican
0%
Grade
F
Grade
0%
Score
F
Grade
Score
0%

Tommy Gregory

This law negatively impacts immigrant communities by: mandating data collection on documentation status at hospitals, criminalizing the transportation of undocumented immigrants into the state with up to a second degree felony, requiring the use e-verify for employers with over 25 employees, and much more.
Support
This discriminatory law places an undue burden on everyone in Florida with ties to certain countries, specially those in the AAPI community, by depriving them of their right to property, and violating the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, and alienage.
Support
This law seeks to undermine workers' ability to collectively bargain and fight for better wages and benefits. This is a union busting law that decertifies public sector unions with less than 60% membership while also making automatic dues deduction illegal for public sector unions. Police unions are exempt.
Support
This law criminalizes doctors for providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth, and alters state custody laws to favor an unsupportive parent. It also imposes new written consent procedures for gender-affirming care for adults, and requires that all care must be provided by an in-person physician.
Support
New law that makes it harder for community based organizations to register Floridians to vote. The law creates barriers for organizations that conduct voter registration drives by restricting who can assist with voter registration drives. It harms organizations that play a vital role in registering voters of all political backgrounds but are especially essential for engaging Black and brown communities in the democratic process.
Support
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Support
This law is designed to continue defunding Florida public schools and in the process hand over $4 billion of tax dollars to unaccountable private charter schools through a voucher program.
Support
This law establishes permitless carry in Florida and abolishes all training and safety requirements to carry a gun in Florida. States that passed permitless carry saw a 22 percent increase in gun homicide for the three years after passage. When Arizona repealed its concealed carry requirement in 2010, there was an 11 percent increase in gun injuries and deaths.
Support
Bans abortion at 6 weeks with hard to access exceptions. Gives $25 million to anti-abortion, fake clinics. Clarifies the ban on Telehealth for abortion care.
Support
This law Dictates what college courses students could choose to pursue, prohibiting fields of study involving race and gender studies. It prohibits spending on activities that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, prioritizing neoclassical education focused on Western European civilization instead. It also usurps faculty hiring decisions to the governors’ appointees and allows tenure to be reviewed at any time.
Support

Traci Koster

District 66 • Republican
0%
Grade
F
Grade
0%
Score
F
Grade
Score
0%

Traci Koster

This law negatively impacts immigrant communities by: mandating data collection on documentation status at hospitals, criminalizing the transportation of undocumented immigrants into the state with up to a second degree felony, requiring the use e-verify for employers with over 25 employees, and much more.
Support
This discriminatory law places an undue burden on everyone in Florida with ties to certain countries, specially those in the AAPI community, by depriving them of their right to property, and violating the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, and alienage.
Support
This law seeks to undermine workers' ability to collectively bargain and fight for better wages and benefits. This is a union busting law that decertifies public sector unions with less than 60% membership while also making automatic dues deduction illegal for public sector unions. Police unions are exempt.
Support
This law criminalizes doctors for providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth, and alters state custody laws to favor an unsupportive parent. It also imposes new written consent procedures for gender-affirming care for adults, and requires that all care must be provided by an in-person physician.
Support
New law that makes it harder for community based organizations to register Floridians to vote. The law creates barriers for organizations that conduct voter registration drives by restricting who can assist with voter registration drives. It harms organizations that play a vital role in registering voters of all political backgrounds but are especially essential for engaging Black and brown communities in the democratic process.
Support
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Support
This law is designed to continue defunding Florida public schools and in the process hand over $4 billion of tax dollars to unaccountable private charter schools through a voucher program.
Support
This law establishes permitless carry in Florida and abolishes all training and safety requirements to carry a gun in Florida. States that passed permitless carry saw a 22 percent increase in gun homicide for the three years after passage. When Arizona repealed its concealed carry requirement in 2010, there was an 11 percent increase in gun injuries and deaths.
Support
Bans abortion at 6 weeks with hard to access exceptions. Gives $25 million to anti-abortion, fake clinics. Clarifies the ban on Telehealth for abortion care.
Absent
This law Dictates what college courses students could choose to pursue, prohibiting fields of study involving race and gender studies. It prohibits spending on activities that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, prioritizing neoclassical education focused on Western European civilization instead. It also usurps faculty hiring decisions to the governors’ appointees and allows tenure to be reviewed at any time.
Support

Tracie Davis

District 5 • Democratic
100%
Grade
A+
Grade
100%
Score
A+
Grade
Score
100%

Tracie Davis

This law negatively impacts immigrant communities by: mandating data collection on documentation status at hospitals, criminalizing the transportation of undocumented immigrants into the state with up to a second degree felony, requiring the use e-verify for employers with over 25 employees, and much more.
Oppose
This discriminatory law places an undue burden on everyone in Florida with ties to certain countries, specially those in the AAPI community, by depriving them of their right to property, and violating the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, and alienage.
Oppose
This law seeks to undermine workers' ability to collectively bargain and fight for better wages and benefits. This is a union busting law that decertifies public sector unions with less than 60% membership while also making automatic dues deduction illegal for public sector unions. Police unions are exempt.
Oppose
This law criminalizes doctors for providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth, and alters state custody laws to favor an unsupportive parent. It also imposes new written consent procedures for gender-affirming care for adults, and requires that all care must be provided by an in-person physician.
Oppose
New law that makes it harder for community based organizations to register Floridians to vote. The law creates barriers for organizations that conduct voter registration drives by restricting who can assist with voter registration drives. It harms organizations that play a vital role in registering voters of all political backgrounds but are especially essential for engaging Black and brown communities in the democratic process.
Oppose
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Oppose
This law is designed to continue defunding Florida public schools and in the process hand over $4 billion of tax dollars to unaccountable private charter schools through a voucher program.
Oppose
This law establishes permitless carry in Florida and abolishes all training and safety requirements to carry a gun in Florida. States that passed permitless carry saw a 22 percent increase in gun homicide for the three years after passage. When Arizona repealed its concealed carry requirement in 2010, there was an 11 percent increase in gun injuries and deaths.
Oppose
Bans abortion at 6 weeks with hard to access exceptions. Gives $25 million to anti-abortion, fake clinics. Clarifies the ban on Telehealth for abortion care.
Oppose
This law Dictates what college courses students could choose to pursue, prohibiting fields of study involving race and gender studies. It prohibits spending on activities that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, prioritizing neoclassical education focused on Western European civilization instead. It also usurps faculty hiring decisions to the governors’ appointees and allows tenure to be reviewed at any time.
Oppose

Travis Hutson

District 7 • Republican
0%
Grade
F
Grade
0%
Score
F
Grade
Score
0%

Travis Hutson

This law negatively impacts immigrant communities by: mandating data collection on documentation status at hospitals, criminalizing the transportation of undocumented immigrants into the state with up to a second degree felony, requiring the use e-verify for employers with over 25 employees, and much more.
Support
This discriminatory law places an undue burden on everyone in Florida with ties to certain countries, specially those in the AAPI community, by depriving them of their right to property, and violating the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, and alienage.
Support
This law seeks to undermine workers' ability to collectively bargain and fight for better wages and benefits. This is a union busting law that decertifies public sector unions with less than 60% membership while also making automatic dues deduction illegal for public sector unions. Police unions are exempt.
Support
This law criminalizes doctors for providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth, and alters state custody laws to favor an unsupportive parent. It also imposes new written consent procedures for gender-affirming care for adults, and requires that all care must be provided by an in-person physician.
Support
New law that makes it harder for community based organizations to register Floridians to vote. The law creates barriers for organizations that conduct voter registration drives by restricting who can assist with voter registration drives. It harms organizations that play a vital role in registering voters of all political backgrounds but are especially essential for engaging Black and brown communities in the democratic process.
Support
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Support
This law is designed to continue defunding Florida public schools and in the process hand over $4 billion of tax dollars to unaccountable private charter schools through a voucher program.
Support
This law establishes permitless carry in Florida and abolishes all training and safety requirements to carry a gun in Florida. States that passed permitless carry saw a 22 percent increase in gun homicide for the three years after passage. When Arizona repealed its concealed carry requirement in 2010, there was an 11 percent increase in gun injuries and deaths.
Support
Bans abortion at 6 weeks with hard to access exceptions. Gives $25 million to anti-abortion, fake clinics. Clarifies the ban on Telehealth for abortion care.
Support
This law Dictates what college courses students could choose to pursue, prohibiting fields of study involving race and gender studies. It prohibits spending on activities that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, prioritizing neoclassical education focused on Western European civilization instead. It also usurps faculty hiring decisions to the governors’ appointees and allows tenure to be reviewed at any time.
Support

Tyler I. Sirois

District 31 • Republican
0%
Grade
F
Grade
0%
Score
F
Grade
Score
0%

Tyler I. Sirois

This law negatively impacts immigrant communities by: mandating data collection on documentation status at hospitals, criminalizing the transportation of undocumented immigrants into the state with up to a second degree felony, requiring the use e-verify for employers with over 25 employees, and much more.
Support
This discriminatory law places an undue burden on everyone in Florida with ties to certain countries, specially those in the AAPI community, by depriving them of their right to property, and violating the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, and alienage.
Support
This law seeks to undermine workers' ability to collectively bargain and fight for better wages and benefits. This is a union busting law that decertifies public sector unions with less than 60% membership while also making automatic dues deduction illegal for public sector unions. Police unions are exempt.
Support
This law criminalizes doctors for providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth, and alters state custody laws to favor an unsupportive parent. It also imposes new written consent procedures for gender-affirming care for adults, and requires that all care must be provided by an in-person physician.
Support
New law that makes it harder for community based organizations to register Floridians to vote. The law creates barriers for organizations that conduct voter registration drives by restricting who can assist with voter registration drives. It harms organizations that play a vital role in registering voters of all political backgrounds but are especially essential for engaging Black and brown communities in the democratic process.
Support
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Support
This law is designed to continue defunding Florida public schools and in the process hand over $4 billion of tax dollars to unaccountable private charter schools through a voucher program.
Support
This law establishes permitless carry in Florida and abolishes all training and safety requirements to carry a gun in Florida. States that passed permitless carry saw a 22 percent increase in gun homicide for the three years after passage. When Arizona repealed its concealed carry requirement in 2010, there was an 11 percent increase in gun injuries and deaths.
Support
Bans abortion at 6 weeks with hard to access exceptions. Gives $25 million to anti-abortion, fake clinics. Clarifies the ban on Telehealth for abortion care.
Support
This law Dictates what college courses students could choose to pursue, prohibiting fields of study involving race and gender studies. It prohibits spending on activities that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, prioritizing neoclassical education focused on Western European civilization instead. It also usurps faculty hiring decisions to the governors’ appointees and allows tenure to be reviewed at any time.
Support

Vicki L. Lopez

District 113 • Republican
40%
Grade
F
Grade
40%
Score
F
Grade
Score
40%

Vicki L. Lopez

This law negatively impacts immigrant communities by: mandating data collection on documentation status at hospitals, criminalizing the transportation of undocumented immigrants into the state with up to a second degree felony, requiring the use e-verify for employers with over 25 employees, and much more.
Oppose
This discriminatory law places an undue burden on everyone in Florida with ties to certain countries, specially those in the AAPI community, by depriving them of their right to property, and violating the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, and alienage.
Support
This law seeks to undermine workers' ability to collectively bargain and fight for better wages and benefits. This is a union busting law that decertifies public sector unions with less than 60% membership while also making automatic dues deduction illegal for public sector unions. Police unions are exempt.
Oppose
This law criminalizes doctors for providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth, and alters state custody laws to favor an unsupportive parent. It also imposes new written consent procedures for gender-affirming care for adults, and requires that all care must be provided by an in-person physician.
Support
New law that makes it harder for community based organizations to register Floridians to vote. The law creates barriers for organizations that conduct voter registration drives by restricting who can assist with voter registration drives. It harms organizations that play a vital role in registering voters of all political backgrounds but are especially essential for engaging Black and brown communities in the democratic process.
Support
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Support
This law is designed to continue defunding Florida public schools and in the process hand over $4 billion of tax dollars to unaccountable private charter schools through a voucher program.
Support
This law establishes permitless carry in Florida and abolishes all training and safety requirements to carry a gun in Florida. States that passed permitless carry saw a 22 percent increase in gun homicide for the three years after passage. When Arizona repealed its concealed carry requirement in 2010, there was an 11 percent increase in gun injuries and deaths.
Oppose
Bans abortion at 6 weeks with hard to access exceptions. Gives $25 million to anti-abortion, fake clinics. Clarifies the ban on Telehealth for abortion care.
Oppose
This law Dictates what college courses students could choose to pursue, prohibiting fields of study involving race and gender studies. It prohibits spending on activities that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, prioritizing neoclassical education focused on Western European civilization instead. It also usurps faculty hiring decisions to the governors’ appointees and allows tenure to be reviewed at any time.
Support

Victor M. Torres, Jr.

District 25 • Democratic
90%
Grade
A
Grade
90%
Score
A
Grade
Score
90%

Victor M. Torres, Jr.

This law negatively impacts immigrant communities by: mandating data collection on documentation status at hospitals, criminalizing the transportation of undocumented immigrants into the state with up to a second degree felony, requiring the use e-verify for employers with over 25 employees, and much more.
Oppose
This discriminatory law places an undue burden on everyone in Florida with ties to certain countries, specially those in the AAPI community, by depriving them of their right to property, and violating the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, and alienage.
Support
This law seeks to undermine workers' ability to collectively bargain and fight for better wages and benefits. This is a union busting law that decertifies public sector unions with less than 60% membership while also making automatic dues deduction illegal for public sector unions. Police unions are exempt.
Oppose
This law criminalizes doctors for providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth, and alters state custody laws to favor an unsupportive parent. It also imposes new written consent procedures for gender-affirming care for adults, and requires that all care must be provided by an in-person physician.
Oppose
New law that makes it harder for community based organizations to register Floridians to vote. The law creates barriers for organizations that conduct voter registration drives by restricting who can assist with voter registration drives. It harms organizations that play a vital role in registering voters of all political backgrounds but are especially essential for engaging Black and brown communities in the democratic process.
Oppose
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Oppose
This law is designed to continue defunding Florida public schools and in the process hand over $4 billion of tax dollars to unaccountable private charter schools through a voucher program.
Oppose
This law establishes permitless carry in Florida and abolishes all training and safety requirements to carry a gun in Florida. States that passed permitless carry saw a 22 percent increase in gun homicide for the three years after passage. When Arizona repealed its concealed carry requirement in 2010, there was an 11 percent increase in gun injuries and deaths.
Oppose
Bans abortion at 6 weeks with hard to access exceptions. Gives $25 million to anti-abortion, fake clinics. Clarifies the ban on Telehealth for abortion care.
Oppose
This law Dictates what college courses students could choose to pursue, prohibiting fields of study involving race and gender studies. It prohibits spending on activities that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, prioritizing neoclassical education focused on Western European civilization instead. It also usurps faculty hiring decisions to the governors’ appointees and allows tenure to be reviewed at any time.
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Webster Barnaby

District 29 • Republican
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Webster Barnaby

This law negatively impacts immigrant communities by: mandating data collection on documentation status at hospitals, criminalizing the transportation of undocumented immigrants into the state with up to a second degree felony, requiring the use e-verify for employers with over 25 employees, and much more.
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This discriminatory law places an undue burden on everyone in Florida with ties to certain countries, specially those in the AAPI community, by depriving them of their right to property, and violating the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, and alienage.
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This law seeks to undermine workers' ability to collectively bargain and fight for better wages and benefits. This is a union busting law that decertifies public sector unions with less than 60% membership while also making automatic dues deduction illegal for public sector unions. Police unions are exempt.
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This law criminalizes doctors for providing gender-affirming medical care to trans youth, and alters state custody laws to favor an unsupportive parent. It also imposes new written consent procedures for gender-affirming care for adults, and requires that all care must be provided by an in-person physician.
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New law that makes it harder for community based organizations to register Floridians to vote. The law creates barriers for organizations that conduct voter registration drives by restricting who can assist with voter registration drives. It harms organizations that play a vital role in registering voters of all political backgrounds but are especially essential for engaging Black and brown communities in the democratic process.
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Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
Florida's elected school board members are no longer able to approve materials that are used to teach sex ed to public school students in , further limits lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity, and does not allow school staff to ask students what their preferred pronouns are.
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This law is designed to continue defunding Florida public schools and in the process hand over $4 billion of tax dollars to unaccountable private charter schools through a voucher program.
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This law establishes permitless carry in Florida and abolishes all training and safety requirements to carry a gun in Florida. States that passed permitless carry saw a 22 percent increase in gun homicide for the three years after passage. When Arizona repealed its concealed carry requirement in 2010, there was an 11 percent increase in gun injuries and deaths.
Support
Bans abortion at 6 weeks with hard to access exceptions. Gives $25 million to anti-abortion, fake clinics. Clarifies the ban on Telehealth for abortion care.
Support
This law Dictates what college courses students could choose to pursue, prohibiting fields of study involving race and gender studies. It prohibits spending on activities that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, prioritizing neoclassical education focused on Western European civilization instead. It also usurps faculty hiring decisions to the governors’ appointees and allows tenure to be reviewed at any time.
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How were the report cards compiled?

This year, we've graded all Florida legislators based on how they voted on bills during the 2023 legislative session.

Report cards were compiled based on each legislator’s votes on the anti-immigration law, the discrimination law, destroy workers rights law, the ban on healthcare for trans youth, the expansion of Don’t Say Gay, the anti-voter law, the law defunding public schools, the concealed carry of weapons and firearms without a license law, the 6-week abortion ban law, and the higher education censorship law.

Points Breakdown
+1 Point if each time their vote on the bills protected our communities
+0 Points each time their vote harmed our communities
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