WATCH: Rep. Randy Fine Speaks in Favor of HB 241, Would Preempt Brevard School Board Policy
By Representative Randy Fine // March 25, 2021
REP. RANDY FINE REPORTS FROM THE STATEHOUSE
WATCH: Representative Randy Fine (R-Palm Bay) spoke in favor of HB 241 on Wednesday, a bill he is co-sponsoring that would, “preempt the Brevard School Board’s policy that states it is the role of government – not parents – to raise children and that they, as bureaucrats, need to protect children from their parents.”
I was proud to speak in favor of HB 241 on Wednesday, the bill I am co-sponsoring that would preempt the Brevard School Board’s policy that states it is the role of government – not parents – to raise children and that they, as bureaucrats, need to protect children from their parents.
This radical left wing lunacy is something out of George Orwell’s 1984 – it is wrong, immoral and evil.
HB 241 is just one step we are going to take to protect Brevard parents and children from the Brevard School Board.
Several weeks ago, radical leftist local politicians and bureaucrats at the Brevard School Board stated it is the role of government to protect children from their parents. On Wednesday, we took meaningful steps to protect parents — and their children — from them.
I presented PCB EEC 21-01, the Florida House’s vision to expand parental choice to help parents escape this radical indoctrination by increasing their options to take their tax dollars to non-government schools.
And for those parents and children who cannot or choose not to escape government-run schools, I will speak in favor of HB 241, the Parents’ Bill of Rights legislation I have co-sponsored, which will override Brevard local politicians’ leftist policies and return the primary responsibility for raising our children to parents.
ABOUT REP. RANDY FINE
Representative Randy Fine (R-Palm Bay) represents District 53, which is comprised of the southern portion of Brevard County and includes the entirety of Palm Bay, Malabar, and Grant-Valkaria, and portions of Melbourne, West Melbourne, and unincorporated Brevard.
In the legislature, he is the Chairman of Higher Education Appropriations Subcommittee, Vice Chairman of Gaming Control Subcommittee, serves on Health Quality Subcommittee, Business and Professions Subcommittee, Education Committee, Appropriations Committee and Brevard County Delegation.