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Subject Florida Republicans Introduce Bill That Would Keep Privatization A Secret From The People
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What if you woke up one morning and your government job was being eliminated by a corporation? What if you woke up to find that Wall Street now controlled Medicare, Social Security, and public education? What if you woke up to find that every single government service had been privatized overnight and that the prices for those services had skyrocketed because of corporate greed? Now imagine that the government kept this change a total secret. Well it looks like Florida is heading in that direction.

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Florida Republicans are desperate to privatize the prison system in the state, which had been stalled by a judge in Tallahassee. So, they have introduced SB 2036 and SB 2038 to do just that. The measures would allow the state government to privatize prisons in secret and would also allow the government to secretly outsource the work of other state agencies. In other words, citizens could literally wake up one morning and find that their government by the people, for the people, and of the people has been given to corporations that donít give a damn about what the people have to say. But thatís not all. The measures also give agencies the option of not reporting the privatization of a program until after it has already been done. So citizens wonít even have a chance to object. The bills also give the state legislature the power to privatize any government function it wants.
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