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Religious organizations are already provided hundreds of tax breaks, exemptions, and accommodations. Instead, it strips our current religious freedom protections from the Florida Constitution.

Florida Amendment 8. The goal of Amendment 8 is to allow taxpayer money to flow to religious schools and florida amendment 8 2020 of worship. Amendment 8 would open the door to private school vouchers, which divert your tax dollars from neighborhood public schools to religious organizations and the schools they operate.

But, Amendment 8 would strip all the safeguards that currently exist in these partnerships and require that taxpayer dollars be used to fund religious programs. See below for some important talking points. Passage of the Amendment would strip the religious freedom protections currently enshrined in the Florida Constitution, thus allowing for direct funding of religious organizations that provide faith-based social services and opening the door to taxpayer funded vouchers for religious schools. Why should Florida taxpayers pass a constitutional amendment to guarantee these groups additional—and potentially unlimited—funding? Just look around and you can see that these partnerships are happening in Florida every day. Begin the conversation in your community about the impact that the passage of Amendment 8 would have on religious liberty in Florida. The Amendment is especially troubling because the funds will be provided with no oversight and accountability. With the problems of political cronyism currently permeating Tallahassee, why would we want to let Florida politicians decide which religious groups should get our taxpayer money? Amendment 8 is misleading — indeed, it is intended to mislead.