Monthly Archives: January 2017

March for Science, Florida

There is a March for Science movement spreading across the country and the world. The main March for Science website says: March for Science is a grassroots effort comprised of dozens of independent, nonpartisan coordinators. Recent rhetoric has inspired us … Continue reading

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Baxley comments on school Religious Liberties bill

Here’s the first public comment Sen. Dennis Baxley has made concerning the “Florida Student and School Personnel Religious Liberties Act” he and Rep. Kim Daniels filed in their respective chambers: Florida Senate to consider public school ‘religious liberties’ bill The bill would … Continue reading

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Baxley and the Religious Liberties Act

I told you about the “Florida Student and School Personnel Religious Liberties Act” (House Bill 303) filed in the Florida house and my concerns with it. Today, a companion bill was filed in the senate: Senate Bill 436. It’s a duplicate … Continue reading

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Trouble for science education found in Florida House Bill 303

House Bill 303, filed Thursday (1/19) by Rep. Kimberly Daniels, has the potential for serious trouble. The “Florida Student and School Personnel Religious Liberties Act” has two troublesome sections that could impact science education. The bill is broad, with the … Continue reading

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Darwin Day, Central Florida

I’m speaking at Central Florida Freethought Community’s Darwin Day event Sunday, February 12, 1 – 4 p.m. at the University Club of Winter Park. The event features Aron Ra, evolution debater, science educator, and host of the Ra-Men Podcast. Also … Continue reading

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