UU Justice Florida Legislative Advocacy is Very Active Now

Unitarian Universalist Justice Florida (UUJF), is a statewide justice ministry for members of the 44 Unitarian Universalist congregations in Florida and their social justice committees in partnership with other interfaith and public interest organizations to promote justice, equity, and compassion in public policy.

Currently for UUJF the focus is the 2022 Legislative Session now through March 11.  UUJF has developed two lists of bills: one to support and the other to oppose.  Sadly, none of the bills to support have been heard in committee yet.  The UU Congregation of Lake County https://uulakecounty.org

hosted a legislative forum via zoom on Jan 30 that “Examined the Legislative Session in Light of our Values and provided advocacy education.  It was recorded.  
UUJF encourages members and friends sign up for  UUJF Action Alerts.  Action Alerts are sent to members who live in districts of committee members when a concerning piece of legislation is being considered. They also suggest that you sign up for other groups’ listservs such as 1000 Friends of Florida,  Florida League of Women Voters and Audubon  All offer information and can help you assess your positions on issues.