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Watch this exciting video recently released by Trail Life USA!
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Join us for the conservative dinner event of the year! The Florida Family Policy Council’s 11th Annual Policy Awards Dinner will be held in Orlando on Saturday, August 27, from 6-9pm.
Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Ben Carson speaking on “There's some good in this world, and it's worth fighting for…”
For more information or to purchase tickets e-mail us at info@FLfamily.org or call 407-251-5130. Tickets and tables are on sale now.
Please join us to celebrate the amazing pro-family victories achieved this past year in Florida; see the update on Trail Life USA, the new exciting national boy’s character development organization which the FFPC helped to start; get a 2016 pre-election analysis; and find out how to get involved with our newest campaign!
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Will we as a society incline toward accommodation of religious views, or intolerance and suppression of deeply-held beliefs?
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The ACLU and like-minded allies don’t just want court-imposed same-sex marriage. They want approval from everyone else for these same-sex marriages. This approval is not gained by exempting an individual from participation in a same-sex marriage, but by forcing them to participate.

The legalization of same-sex marriage has not slowed the push for these coercive policies. After Obergefell, same-sex marriage licenses are being obtained without delay—but that’s not satisfactory to the activist class of the LGBT movement, who still has the same desire to stomp out any disagreement.
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT:
Beginning this election cycle, we are making some exciting changes and improvements in how we are providing voter information! Click here to learn more about our expanded online voter education resources!
Exciting changes are happening this year! FFPC is announcing change in strategy to educate voters and hold legislators accountable. New resources available.
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Save the date for the conservative dinner event of the year! The Florida Family Policy Council’s 11th Annual Policy Awards Dinner will feature keynote speaker Dr. Ben Carson. This year's theme is “Some good worth fighting for…”

Date: Saturday, August 27, 2016 – 6:00pm
Location: Rosen Centre Hotel, 9840 International Drive, Orlando, FL

For more information e-mail us at info@FLfamily.org
or call 407-251-5130.

Tickets and Tables Go on Sale Next Week.
Save the date for the Conservative Dinner Event of the Year: The FFPC's 11th Annual Policy Awards Dinner will feature keynote speaker Ben Carson.
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McNicholas is a prime example of the fly-by abortionists murdering unborn children in multiple metropolitan areas. These physicians have absolutely no physician-patient relationship with the women they “serve.”

They fly into a town, do abortions scheduled for that day in assembly-line fashion, and then fly right back out. They are unavailable to treat the women should complications occur after the abortion, and their concern for their “patients” ends as soon as their jet departs from the latest runway.
A female doctor who performs many of the abortions at the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in St. Louis has publicly admitted that she destroys the lives of a
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We are looking for a Database & Front Desk Manager for our Orlando office!
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On June 29, just two days before the law is set to take effect, a federal judge in Tallahassee will hear arguments on HB 1411, a 2016 law passed by the Florida Legislature which would restrict abortion clinics from receiving taxpayer funds, and would require stricter women's health standards to protect women who undergo an abortion. The lawsuit was filed by Planned Parenthood, the nation's leader in abortions, who would be directly impacted by this bill.
A Tallahassee federal judge will hear arguments June 29 on a request from Planned Parenthood to block parts of a major abortion law approved this year by
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Our mission is to strengthen Florida’s families through public policy education, issue research and grassroots advocacy. Our core issues relate to life, marriage, family and religious liberty.