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Florida CRC Adjourns

The 2017-2018 Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) adjourned on May 11, 2018, and placed eight proposed constitutional revisions on the November ballot. A proposed constitutional amendment must receive at least 60 percent of the vote to become law.

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Thanks to the help of You're the Cure advocates across the state, Proposal 94 is not one of the eight proposed constitutional amendments! If you recall, Proposal 94 would have gutted the media/marketing budget of Tobacco Free Florida (TFF), whose marketing efforts at prevention and cessation are rigorously tested and held up to best practices as promulgated by the Center for Disease Control.

We have now turned our attention to Amendment 9 that will appear on Florida’s November ballot and seek to help educate the public on the dangers and health care costs associated with vaping. Read the proposed amendment at flcrc.gov.

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