Petition statement to be delivered to The Florida State House, The Florida State Senate, and Governor Rick Scott

Kill House Bill 87

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Kill House Bill 87

To be delivered to The Florida State House, The Florida State Senate, and Governor Rick Scott

Petition Statement

The people demand that House Bill 87 be voted down and not passed into law, as the proposed Bill is no more than another brazen attempt to further deprive U.S. citizens of their constitutional rights to due process of law in Florida's courts, and will be used as a stepping stone to change the State of Florida into a non-judicial foreclosure state.
There are currently 1,710 signatures. NEW goal - We need 2,000 signatures!

Petition Background

The Florida Legislature is at it again, thanks to the concerted efforts of Representatives Kathleen Passidomo (District 106, Collier County) and George Moraitis, Jr. (District 93, Broward County). Proposed House Bill 87 must not be allowed to pass into law in any form. The Bill is unconstitutional because it takes away from constituents and citizens of this state, and anyone who owns real property in Florida, their individual property and due process rights, is retroactive and violates Article 1, Sections 9 and 10 of Florida’s Constitution, which do not permit the passage of any law or any Judicial and/or Executive Branch process which deprives any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law and prohibits the passing of any law that impairs the obligations of contracts.

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