Tag: Greg Ungru
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Staff ReportsAugust 30, 2018
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Marsy’s Law for Florida launched a statewide television and digital advertising campaign, asking voters to support Amendment 6, which would “place clear, enforceable victims’ rights in the state constitution.” The amendment, which also would raise judges’ retirement age from 70 to 75, has been ruled off the ballot after a court challenge, but that decision is […]

Peter SchorschOctober 11, 2017
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More than eight out of ten Floridians say they would vote for a ballot initiative putting victims’ rights into the state constitution according to a new poll put out Wednesday. The survey found 85 percent of the 700 likely voters polled agreed with the proposed ballot language being tossed around by Marsy’s Law for Florida, […]

Staff ReportsOctober 15, 2015
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Greg Ungru, formerly with the Republican Party of Florida and the state’s Department of Economic Opportunity, now joins LeadingAge Florida as its director of communications. The nonprofit aging advocacy group announced the hire in a Thursday news release. Ungru also has worked for Enterprise Florida, the state’s public-private economic development organization, and was political director of Bill McCollum’s 2010 […]


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