61 days. That’s how long the 2019 Florida Legislative Session lasted, and by the time it was over, the Florida Legislature undid years of progress on civil liberties and civil rights. 

Read our 2019 Legislative Report 


2019 Legislative Session Scorecard

This year, voting rights, immigrants’ rights, and our broken criminal justice system were among the most high-profile issues considered by the Legislature.

With strong support from Governor Ron DeSantis, the legislature passed anti-civil liberties bills that will: 
  • Tear families apart and codify racial profiling into law
  • Restrict Amendment 4 and bar hundreds of thousands of Floridians from voting
  • Exacerbate the school to prison pipeline
  • And, divert taxpayer dollars from public school education to fund private religious schools.

See how your legislature voted during the 2019 Legislative Session