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Camila Cabello launches ‘Protect Our Kids’ fund following benefit concert with Kim Petras and Valentina
Camila Cabello has decided to use her platform to fight against Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill, joining forced with Lambda Legal and Equality Florida to launch the ‘Protect Our Kids’ fund that helps protect LGBTQ youth.The singer headlined a benefit concert in West Hollywood, California, over the weekend, with the support of pop star Kim Petras, RuPaul’s Drag Race Miss Congeniality and All-Star Valentina and singer and activist Shea Diamond.“As someone who grew up and still lives in Florida, I am appalled that my home state is putting the health and lives of young Floridians at risk by passing this law and inviting discrimination into our schools,” Camila declared, urging to protect young students and families impacted by the bill, signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis in March.She continued, “We must protect every student and respect every family,“ explaining that she is ”so grateful to all of our founding partners who are standing in solidarity with LGBTQ youth and families and raising money for the Protect All Kids Fund to help Lambda Legal and Equality Florida stop this hateful law.”Camila posted some photos of the event on her Instagram page and stated that “Some of the most special people” in her life are part of the LGBTQ community, “and it breaks my heart to see their identities try to be erased. We have to demand equal rights and respect for all.”She also took a moment to share her appreciation for co-chairs and The Ted Arison Family Foundation, “for kickstarting this fund with their generous donations.
Ron Desantis - DeSantis’ Anti-LGBTQ Attack on Disney Could Hand Orlando Taxpayers $2 Billion of Debt – That’s $2200 Per Family: Report - thenewcivilrightsmovement.com - Florida - county Osceola
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DeSantis’ Anti-LGBTQ Attack on Disney Could Hand Orlando Taxpayers $2 Billion of Debt – That’s $2200 Per Family: Report
Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis is one-third of the way to punishing Disney for opposing his anti-LGBTQ legislation, the widely-discredited, potentially unconstitutional “Don’t Say Gay” law, but some Florida taxpayers are in for a reportedly multi-billion dollar shock if he signs on the dotted line.On Wednesday the Florida Senate, succumbing to DeSantis’ worst instincts, passed a bill that would eliminate a 1967 law that essentially created a 39-square mile area, now almost entirely occupied by Disney World, that enables it to act as its own government – including providing all the services, like power, water, sewers, police, and fire, that local governments do.Called the Reedy Creek Improvement District, DeSantis now wants to essentially void that law. The House is expected to pass that bill Thursday, putting DeSantis’ temper tantrum at his feet.But according to the Orange County Tax Collector, Orange County would be on the hook for “all debt and obligations with no extra funds,” meaning “Orange County would take on $163 million [in debt obligations] per year.”It gets worse for Florida taxpayers.“If Reedy Creek is dissolved, Orange and Osceola counties would assume responsibilities handled by the district like sewer and road maintenance, meaning taxpayers in those counties would pay, The Miami Herald reports.
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