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Christian Family Coalition calls Florida’s legislative session a ‘victory’ for social conservatives

The Miami-based Christian Family Coalition stated in a press release last week that Florida’s legislative session this year was “without a doubt … the very best statewide legislative session in the history of the Coalition.” # Florida’s state legislature passed five bills this year limiting access to abortions in the state, as well as bill’s aimed at making  exclusively social conservatives happy .

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Last updated: Jul 31, 2020 | May 11, 2011

The Miami-based Christian Family Coalition stated in a press release last week that Florida’s legislative session this year was “without a doubt … the very best statewide legislative session in the history of the Coalition.” #

Florida’s state legislature passed five bills this year limiting access to abortions in the state, as well as bills aimed at making exclusively social conservatives happy. #

The group cited the parental rights memorial bill, the public-funding-for-abortions amendment, the ultrasound bill and the parental -notice-of-abortion bill as legislation that is “restoring common-sense values to our culture.” #

While this may be a good time for socially conservative groups to do their victory laps, reproductive rights advocates such as Planned Parenthood are rallying in opposition. #

The Christian Family Coalition courts many conservative lawmakers in South Florida. According to The Palm Beach Post, the group hosted 2010 senate candidates Marco Rubio and Gov. Charlie Crist during a very contentious election. #

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