Statewide Priority Actions & Info
Status of the Collier County Lawsuit: July 12, 2017 (current action): Florida Citizens Alliance and 3 Collier Parents filed an appeal in Florida 2nd Court of Appeal.
The frustrating news is that on June 13, Collier Circuit Court Judge Shenko denied our emergency injunction. The good news is he actually improved our odds by refusing to let our side present its evidence and then basing his ruling on the faulty school board’s summary brief. We will press forward! We have a clear strategy, which will be unveiled as the case plays out. Stay tuned!
GOOD NEWS! GOVERNOR SCOTT SIGNS TRANSFORMATIONAL K-12 EDUCATION REFORM BILL CS/HB 7069! Send a message to Governor Rick Scott to thank him for his leadership anc courage in signing this important bill.
As many of you are aware, Florida Citizens’ Alliance and three Collier County parents filed suit against the Collier school board on May 31, 2017. On June 6, we [plaintiffs] filed a Motion for Temporary Injunction to halt the Collier School Board from approving on June 13th the six-million-dollar purchase of textbooks reviewed and approved out of the sunshine. The hearing on the injunction was held June 12, 2017 and on June 13, 2017 Collier Circuit Court Judge James R. Shenko denied the request. Help us continue this fight!
FLCA Breaking News
Collier School Board Lawsuit
We are fighting adoption of textbooks that are indoctrinating our Collier County children, but these textbooks are on the Florida Department of Education “approved” list, so they are likely to be used in your county’s public schools as well.
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Latest Lawsuit News
Because of you, Governor Scott signed into law the Stand Your Ground “Burden of Proof” SB 128 Immunity bill and the “Justifiable Use of Force” SB 1052 bill. Your actions have borne fruit, and we will continue to fight for your Second Amendment rights. There is much work ahead. Stick with us and stay tuned!
Introduction to Florida Citizens' Alliance
This Is Why We're Suing!
99% of all Florida textbooks are supplied by Pearson, McGraw-Hill and Houghton. What’s in your school? These video clips highlight just SOME of the problems with these materials. Use the arrows to navigate through the clips.