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FAMM has a long history in Florida, and we are working tirelessly for reform.

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How You Can Advocate for Sentencing Reform in Florida

You can do several things to work toward reforming Florida’s sentencing laws.

Latest News:

Conservative Coalition Supports Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Reform in Florida

Friday, March 24, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Greg Newburn gnewburn@famm.org 352.682.2542 Conservative Coalition Supports Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Reform in Florida  TALLAHASSEE—A coalition of leading national and state conservative groups today sent a letter to Florida House and Senate leadership in support of mandatory minimum drug sentencing reforms that are currently under consideration in the legislature. The letter was … Read More

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FAMM Hails Drug Sentencing Reform Bill

Friday, February 10, 2017

For Immediate Release Contact: Greg Newburn, FAMM State Policy Director gnewburn@famm.org; 352.682.2542     FAMM Hails Drug Sentencing Reform Bill GAINESVILLE, Fla. – FAMM today praised the introduction of legislation designed to reform Florida’s sentencing laws. HB 731, introduced by Representative Katie Edwards (D, Plantation), builds on sentencing reform legislation Representative Edwards passed in 2014. … Read More

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FAMM Celebrates Historic 10-20-Life Reform

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

MEDIA CONTACT:Greg Newburn, FAMM State Policy Director: gnewburn@famm.org; 352.682.2542 TALLAHASSEE – Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM) today applauded Florida Governor Rick Scott for signing CS/SB 228, which repeals the mandatory minimum sentence for aggravated assault with a firearm. The bill was sponsored by Representatives Neil Combee (R, Polk) and Katie Edwards (D, Plantation) in the … Read More

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