Legislators convene their own prayer breakfast
Florida Supreme Court okays marriage amendment

TALLAHASSEE (FBW) – In the wake of the cancellation of the annual Florida Leadership Prayer Breakfast, which was abandoned this year because legislators would be in violation of a new lobbying law since the annual event was in part underwritten by lobbyists, legislators who are part of a weekly prayer group decided to hold their own prayer breakfast.

Homosexual adoptions among watched bills

TALLAHASSEE (FBW) – Upcoming state and national elections will likely influence the Florida legislature to a greater degree than normal, Florida Baptist Convention legislative consultant Bill Bunkley told Florida Baptist Witness as he surveyed the early weeks of the 2006 annual legislative session.

State-sanctioned child abuse in Florida

Skye is a 15-year-old foster child being cared for by a lesbian who wishes to adopt the boy. Skye describes himself as “transgender.”
The stem cell debate comes to Florida

A committee hearing last week in Tallahassee on a bill to provide taxpayer funds for embryonic stem cell research will fuel a growing debate in our state concerning the ethical implications of these scientific endeavors and what role the state should play in fostering such research. This is a debate in which pro-life citizens should be participating to ensure morally wise public policy is made in the Sunshine State.