CALLING ALL OUR SUPPORTERS:
Last November, years of tireless work paid off when Amendment 4 restored voting rights to 1.4 million of our brothers and sisters throughout Florida.
Now, those voting rights may be in danger.
Right now, we need you to call the 15 state legislators on the committee and let them know that you OPPOSE bill 19-03 because it will create additional barriers to voting for formerly convicted people.
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Farm Share, using inmate labor and volunteers, re-sorts and packages an abundance of surplus food and distributes it to individuals, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, churches, and other organizations feeding the hungry in Florida — free of charge. This important distinction makes Farm Share critical to small community groups, located in poor neighborhoods and rural areas, which cannot afford to pay for food. By tapping into a vast supply of donated produce, we keep our costs low, while providing fresh fruits and vegetables and other nutritious food to the hungry and food insecure. However, the fact that we do not require our community partners to share the burden of our expenses makes Farm Share more reliant on donations from the public.
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