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Liberty First Network Pushes Agenda, Including Ending Red Light Cameras, Abolishing CRC

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Liberty First Network President Alex Snitker was in Tallahassee this week to ensure that every member of the Legislature had copies of the group’s agenda which includes its take on more than 40 bills.


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With the Florida Legislature kicking off its regular session in Tallahassee this week, the Liberty First Network unveiled its legislative agenda.

Liberty First Network President Alex Snitker was in Tallahassee this week to ensure that every member of the Legislature had copies of the group’s agenda which includes its take on more than 40 bills.

The network expressed its support for proposals ending red light cameras in Florida; abolishing the Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) and pushing the Criminal Justice Reform First Step Act. The Liberty First Network is also backing bills stopping local governments from regulating front yard gardens and vacation rentals.

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Snitker weighed in on his group‘s agenda and sounded an optimistic note about new Gov. Ron DeSantis.

“I am very excited and optimistic that the Legislature and governor are considering the most pro-liberty bills that I have seen in recent sessions,” Snitker said.

 

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  1. Pingback: Liberty First Network Pushes Agenda, Including Ending Red Light Cameras, Abolishing CRC – Alexander Snitker

  2. Sandra Wiatrowski

    March 8, 2019 at 4:39 pm

    Thanks, Alex!

  3. Charles Harrison

    March 8, 2019 at 5:42 pm

    Do we get to see the list?
    Please abolish the CRC!
    Abolish the DOH, too.

  4. Alex Snitker

    March 8, 2019 at 9:23 pm

  5. Alex Snitker

    March 8, 2019 at 9:25 pm

    In addition, There is a Legislative Ticker you can go to in order to see what is going on with this legislation.

    https://libertyfirstnetwork.com/legislative-ticker/

  6. De

    March 10, 2019 at 7:30 pm

    Get them out of our state

  7. Dorine McKinnon

    March 12, 2019 at 10:04 am

    I am thankful for the Florida Legislature taking on these out-of-control local governments, who tout “Home Rule” in order to push unwanted, and unwelcome agenda’s on residents. Pinellas and St. Petersburg both spilled (and continue to spill) sewage into Tampa Bay and now into the Florida aquifer in a disgusting new version of ‘toilet to tap’. Before being caught, they blamed residents’ use of fertilizer and imposed a fertilizer ban during parts of the year. Other communities were only saved from this same ban by the Florida Legislature stepping in to protect them. Local elected officials constantly demand the legislature ‘stay in their own lane’, even as they refuse to respect the local environmental impact of their folly or the property rights of their own residents.

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