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Solar industry group opposes Florida’s Amendment 1

Leaders of a solar energy trade association are touring Florida this week encouraging people to vote against the ballot question known as Amendment 1. The Solar Energy Industries Association is a national group with 1,000...
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Florida solar amendment could “completely negate” future solar proposals: tape

A newly unearthed audio tape is giving credence to the idea that the solar amendment on November’s ballot in Florida was designed to mislead voters and would “completely negate” future solar power initiatives. The left-leaning...
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Floridians for Solar Choice aiming for 2018, not 2016

It’s been speculated for a while, but Monday for the first time the executive director of the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy said for certain the Floridians for Solar Choice question will not be on this...
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Florida solar backers seek ballot despite signatures dispute

The leaders of a solar power ballot initiative are vowing to charge ahead with trying to get on Florida’s 2016 ballot, despite a financial dispute with a company hired to recruit signature gatherers. In a conference...
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Two competing solar amendments could be on Florida’s 2016 ballot

Update on 22 October 2015: Today the Florida Supreme Court approved the ballot summary for the Floridians for Solar Choice proposed amendment. According to AP, “the group still needs about 500,000 of the 683,149 voter...

The run for Rubio’s senate seat heats up and a deadline is set for redistricting

Today on Radioactivity, we listen back on WEDU’s Florida this Week, a political discussion show moderated by Radioactivity host Rob Lorei. Today’s guests look at the race for the US senate as  Florida Lt. Gov. Carlos...

Debbie Dooley on criticism of Floridians for solar choice; Starbucks tries to engage discussion on race with baristas

Debbie Dooley on criticism of Floridians for solar choice; Starbucks tries to engage discussion on race with baristas

Bi-partisan efforts lead 2016 ballot initiative to expand solar power choice in Florida.

Bi-partisan efforts leads 2016 ballot initiative to expand solar power choice in Florida.

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