Tag Archive: Graphic Sex Ed

Nov 07

Vote ProLife Tuesday, November 8!

If you haven’t voted yet, get out and vote prolife Tuesday, November 8. At FLVotesValues.com, we have the tools you need to vote for life! We have the 2016 Florida Supreme Court and 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th District Court of Appeals Judges Up for Retention recommendations available at FLVotesValues.com, local voter guides available …

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Nov 04

Have You Seen Our ProLife Voter Guides?

Have you seen our prolife voter guides? Tens of thousands of FL Voters have visited FLVotesValues.com in the last few days. That’s because we have the tools you need to vote for life! We have the 2016 Florida Supreme Court and 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th District Court of Appeals Judges Up for Retention …

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Nov 04

I Voted for Life! Are You Voting for Life?

I voted early, for life! Are you voting for life? At FLVotesValues.com, we have all of the tools you need to vote for life! We have the 2016 Florida Supreme Court and 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th District Court of Appeals Judges Up for Retention recommendations available at FLVotesValues.com, local voter guides available at …

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Oct 26

General Election 2016 Call and Facebook Live Video Thursday, October 27

There’s nothing worse than realizing you voted for the wrong candidate! Don’t let this happen to you! Help is on the way! Join us this Thursday, October 27, 2016 for our General Election 2016 Conference Call and Facebook Live Video. You can join the call by registering for Personhood FL’s October Volunteer Call here. You …

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Aug 17

Primary Election 2016 Call and Webcast Thursday, August 18

There’s nothing worse than realizing you voted for the wrong candidate! Don’t let this happen to you! Help is on the way! Join us this Thursday, August 18, 2016 for our Primary Election 2016 Conference Call and Webcast. You can join the call by registering for Personhood FL’s August Volunteer Call here. You can join …

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May 19

Tuesday: Learn How to Help Voters in Your County Vote Their Values

Have you ever wondered where candidates in your county stand on the values you hold dear? Have you wondered which candidates support and oppose abortion, which candidates support or oppose boys going into girls bathrooms and showers at school, which candidates support or oppose homosexual marriage, which candidates support or oppose graphic sex education, etc? …

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Jan 28

FEBRUARY 2013 Personhoood FL partners with Center for Bioethical Reform

CBR travels to college campuses with large graphic displays and trained young people from across the nation to share the true story of abortion. We will attend their training and offer a solid plan to change that story…

Sep 09

Planned Parenthood Loses $500,000 in St. Lucie Tax Funding

America’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood (PP) was axed Thursday by yet another tax funded agency. The latest government entity to ditch the embattled abortion giant was the St. Lucie County Children’s Services Council (CSC), an independent taxing authority in Florida, which has funded PP with grants totaling nearly $4 million since 2002. St. Lucie Taxpayers Against Planned Parenthood Funding, led the effort to defund Planned Parenthood by organizing pickets and speaking at monthly public forums that eventually led to cessation of funding for PP, which was about $500,000 last fiscal year. The Florida based CSC joined the ranks of Indiana, Kansas, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin who all recently cut Planned Parenthood funding.

According to Dr. Michael Hofstee, an organizer from the

Sep 08

Thursday: Taxing Agency Voting to Defund Planned Parenthood!

The St. Lucie County Children’s Services Council (CSC), an independent taxing authority in Florida, has funded Planned Parenthood since 2002 and has awarded grants totaling nearly $4,000,000 to the organization, but that may all change Thursday when the CSC considers defunding Planned Parenthood. The CSC could join the likes of Indiana, Kansas, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin who all recently cut Planned Parenthood funding. The decision will be make by the CSC during their monthly meeting held Sept. 8 at 8:30 am, at the CSC office, 546 NW University Blvd, Suite 201, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986 across from the entrance to Tradition Field. (View a map here.)

St. Lucie Taxpayers Against Planned Parenthood Funding has led the effort to defund Planned Parenthood by organizing pickets and speaking at monthly meetings. The group postponed a picket of the TD Bank where board member Pat Alley works until after Thursday’s vote and hopes that that picket won’t be necessary. The group has promised to continue efforts to defund Planned Parenthood including picketing board members homes and places of work and campaigning against the Children’s Services Counsel the 2014 referendum that will allow St Lucie County voters to abolish the CSC. St. Lucie Taxpayers Against Planned Parenthood Funding will hold a press conference outside of the Children’s Services Counsel immediately following Tuesday’s vote.

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