Florida Progressive Coalition launches 'Session Madness'

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Voting is now open in the Florida Progressive Coalition’s 2011 Edition of ?a href=”http://quinnell.us/sspb/?p=12186″>Session Madness?the contest to determine the worst proposal before the Florida legislature! There? a lot to choose from, so I?e provided summaries of the bills below. The voting works like a traditional college basketball ?arch Madness?bracket. Each of the bills is divided into one of four regions and each region is seeded from 1-16. In the first round, the matchups are set up so that #1 faces #16, #2 faces #15 and on down. The winner of each bracket, as voted on by you in the next few days, will go on to face another winner from the same bracket until we get down to the Sweet 16, Elite 8, Final Four and, finally, the worst bill of the year in Florida.

To vote, go tohere and cast your ballots!

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