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FASP Public Policy & Professional Relations

FASP Public Policy & Professional Relations

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FASP Public Policy & Professional Relations

The responsibility of the committee is to further public knowledge of school psychology and FASP, to promote FASP among its members and the public, and to facilitate communication of information within and outside the FASP membership.

Gene Cash, FASP Public Policy & Professional Relations Chair

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Effective lobbying depends on communication. Your feedback will be very valuable to the FASP advocacy efforts. Please provide feedback each time you contact a legislator using this confidential feedback form.


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Bill(s) We Are Tracking:

NOTE: If you would like to access any of the bills FASP is tracking, click the following link, select Senate or House, and enter the bill number of interest - www.leg.state.fl.us



Files to Download:

FASP Outstanding Legislators Awardees
1999 Senator Lisa Carlton
2000 Representative Gustavo Barriero
2001 Senator Anna Cowin
2002 Senator Walter “Skip” Campbell
2003 Representative Loranne Ausley
2003 Representative Suzanne Kozmas
2004 Representative Rafael Arza
2005 Senator Evelyn Lynn
2005 Representative Eleanor Sobel
2006 Representative Joe Pickens
2007 Senator Carey Baker and Representative Hugh Gibson
2008 Representative Nick Thompson
2009 Senator Stephen R. Wise
2010 Representative Bill Heller
2013 Senator Dwight Bullard
2013 Representative Reggie Fullwood

Check out the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Policy Guide! This Policy Guide was developed to provide an orientation about public policy work with and on behalf of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The website is designed for use by Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Public Policy Fellows and others new to the field of public policy and intellectual and related disabilities.

The Guide provides information and articles about making federal policy, including the federal budget process. It briefly describes key Congressional committees, Executive branch agencies, federal legislation and judicial decisions that are most significant for people with disabilities. It also lists a number of stakeholder and constituent groups that work with and on behalf of individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families.


View the 2015 Legislative Platform for the Coalition for Exceptional of Education Students (CEES) Florida