Members of the Cuban American Commission for Family Rights (CACFR) traveled to
We were there to insist that Governor Crist veto the law for reasons outlined during the meeting.
“Not only is the law unfair and discriminatory,” Fraser was told. But if allowed to take effect it will only create greater chaos and pain in a community already rattled by federal regulations that limit family visits to once every three years; limits remittances; and defines who family members one can visit and send remittances to.
Rep. Rivera claims 1310 will help
At a time when Florida is facing cutbacks to education, health care for children, social services and a host of much needed state services due to a receding economy, Rivera and his ilk want to create and even costlier bureaucracy which will only mirror at times federal law and regulations. At the same time, 1310 will probably put a number of
In a hot 90 degree day in
Stay tuned for further developments…
Alvaro F. Fernandez