Indivisible FL-13 Weekly Email Newsletter March 21, 2023

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Take Action: Urge St. Petersburg City Council to take a stand for abortion rights and access

Reproductive freedom is an important value for Floridians and a large majority of Floridians support abortion access and want it defended and expanded. They vehemently disagree with the rollback of our reproductive rights. 

Amid the continued onslaught against reproductive health care, many cities have recognized both their responsibility and ability to advance reproductive freedom. This includes St. Petersburg with its Reproductive Rights Resolution passed in June of 2020. 

This Thursday (March 23), the St. Pete City Council will vote to take more steps toward protecting our reproductive freedom. These proposals include:
    1    Declaring a firm commitment to deprioritize the criminal investigation of someone due to a pregnancy outcome. 
    2    Allocating $50,000 to Tampa Bay Abortion Fund for support services offered to their St. Petersburg clients.

Urge St. Petersburg to advance our rights to make reproductive decisions about our own bodies by declining to investigate and prosecute any pregnancy outcomes and to financially support the Tampa Bay Abortion Fund.

Although the state has a lot of power in determining the legality of abortion, city governments still have a huge role to play in ensuring that their residents can access reproductive health care.

Join us in reaching out to St. Pete City Council!

Via Progress Florida

Protect Local Control Of Water Quality And Pollution Control

SB1240/HB1197 will strip counties and cities from regulating own water quality Water quantity, pollution control and pollutant discharge.  and withhold ANY State funds if they violate it.

Contact the committee members below and tell them you oppose SB1240 and HB1197

Contact Water Quality , Supply and Treatment Committee: 

Chair Cyndi Stevenson – 850-717-5018 VChair
Randy Maggard 813-780-0667 
Dianne Hart 850-717-5063 D Tampa
Fabian Basabe 850-717-5106
Robert Brackett 850-717-5034
Karen Gonzalez Pittman 850-717-5065
Tobin Overdorf 850-717-5085 R Stuart 
Altman Thad 850-717-1300
Melony Bell 850-717-5049 
Hillary Cassel 850-717-5101 D Hollywood R
Tampa Peggy Gossett-Seidman 850-717-5091 

Indivisible St. Johns Blog

Indivisible St. Johns Blog will be aiming for one original article and cartoon each week. 

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Indivisible FL-13 is a member of the Indivisible Florida Network and the Pinellas Coalition For Immigration Justice.

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Florida 13 (and 14) Congressperson Phone Numbers:

Senator Marco Rubio (R):                DC (202)224-3041   Local (813)287-5035
Senator Rick Scott (R):                    DC (202) 224-5274 
Congressional District 13 (West of US 19)
Representative Anna Paulina Luna (R):     DC (202) 225-5961  Local (727) 610-3980
Congressional District 14 (East of US 19)
Representative Kathy Castor (D):     DC (202) 225-3376  Local (727) 369-0201

The last redistricting split Pinellas County down the middle along US 19 with the areas west of 34th Street in the new CD 13 and the areas east of 34th Street in CD 14 along with South Tampa. Indivisible FL-13 retains its original name but maintains the same turf, including the areas of CD 14 in Pinellas County.

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