April Meeting Notes from our DEC Meeting

Draft minutes for April General DEC Meeting. This meeting occurs every two months.

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How can a Republican still win in 2018?

Corporate donations, NRA funding, xenophobic rhetoric, all feed into Republicans driving their base to vote. But there is one key thing we can take away from Republicans. The vote by mail advantage.

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The "American Dream" Mega Mall would be an actual nightmare for South Florida's Environment

By Wayne Brody and Dany Garcia

The American Dream Mega Mall, the proposed shopping and entertainment behemoth at the edge of the Everglades, will exacerbate every one of the region’s environmental threats. It could have nightmarish impacts on South Florida’s water, energy, air quality, transit, traffic, resilience, and Everglades restoration. (read the full letter by the Caucus to the commission here)

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Javier Fernandez Wins Election in FL District 114 (Coral Gables, Cutler Bay, Pinecrest, West Miami)

Thank you  residents of Coral Gables, Pinecrest, Cutler Bay, and West Miami for voting and electing Javier for 114 to be your state rep! And special recognition to all the volunteers who helped get the word out. We have a big year ahead and hope to get more of you engaged in deciding our local leaders.
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Final call to elect Javier Fernandez on May 1st in District 114

For over 20 years, the Republican-controlled state legislature has had a foothold on setting policy in our state. Republican majorities in the House, Senate, and governor’s mansion have allowed lawmakers to drive through legislation that benefits campaign donors and special interests at the expense of the middle class, minorities, and the environment. For everyday Floridians, the impact of a self-serving legislature is clear – a lack of affordable housing and mass transit, unaffordable basic health care options, stagnant wages, and ongoing gun violence.

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