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  • WE DID IT! Victories in both Miami Shores and Coral Gables!


    Over in Miami Shores, we made history by helping elect Miami Shores Village’s first African American, female Mayor! Congratulations Mayor-elect Crystal Wagar. We are very excited to work with you! SAVE Action PAC endorsed Candidate (and former SAVE Board Chair) Christian Ulvert is headed to a runoff election on April 30th pending a recount.


    Congratulations to Mayor Raul J. Valdes-Fauli for his win in Coral Gables. We look forward to working with you Mr. Mayor! SAVE Action PAC endorsed candidate for Coral Gables City Commission Ralph Cabrera, is headed to a runoff election on April 23rd. We will keep you posted on the final results.

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  • SAVE Action PAC is proud to announce endorsements in upcoming races in Coral Gables and Miami Shores.


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  • ⚠️ Stop the Tallahassee Takeover! Say NO to Senate Bill 432

    Our Representatives are considering a bill that would strip away all local business regulations, which puts the non-discrimination protections that we've passed locally at risk. We've worked too hard to lose our rights.


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  • Special Message from Congresswoman Shalala

    Dear Friends:

    I was delighted last week to be an original co-sponsor of the reintroduction of the Equality Act to ban LGBTQ discrimination. Led by David Ciccilini (D-RI) the bill adds “sexual orientation and gender identity” to the classes protected under the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It effectively bans discrimination in employment, public accommodations, jury service, education, federal programs, and credit.

    The new bill specifies as well that it is illegal to discriminate against all protective classes in retail stores, emergency shelters, banks, transit and pharmacies among other places. The new bill also clarifies that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act cannot be used in the civil rights context, prohibiting religious liberty from being used as a license to discriminate.


    We will pass it shortly in the house and have a shot in the Senate if the Majority Leader will put it on the floor. Signed into law it would be the first national non-discrimination law for LGBTQ Americans. Promises Kept. 

    Warm Regards,


    Your Congresswoman, Donna Shalala

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