Amendment 8 Reverses an Outdated and Discriminatory Provision While Preserving Religious Freedom

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Amendment 8 on the November ballot safeguards time-honored, public-private partnerships between government and faith-based…

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Amendment 8 on the November ballot safeguards time-honored, public-private partnerships between government and faith-based social service providers – without affecting the Establishment Clause in both the Florida and U.S. Constitutions that ensures government does not infringe on religion. For more information and to sign-up for email updates, see www.SayYesOn8.com.

Read what the Bishops of Florida are saying about Amendment 8

More information on Amendment 8: FCCB Statement (English) / (Spanish)
Questions & Answers (English)
/ (Spanish) Yes on 8 Info Sheet (English) / (Spanish)
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