Bipartisan Group of Florida Lawmakers Introduce Bill to End Juvenile Fees
In October, a bipartisan group of Florida lawmakers filed the Debt-Free Justice for Children Act (HB 257 and SB 428) in the Florida House and Senate, which would eliminate costly court fees charged to children.
Decriminalizing Poverty: Webinar and Live Q&A
Join FFJC alongside Assemblymember Rochelle Nyugen and Americans for Prosperity’s Marcos Lopez, as we share lessons and strategies from Nevada’s campaigns to decriminalize minor traffic violations; and end traffic warrants and debt-based license suspensions.
What Should Debt-Based License Suspension Reform Look Like?
This year, 10 more states have enacted legislative reforms to curb debt-based license suspensions — but there is still more work to be done. Read our 2021 legislative recap and reform analysis.
It's time to end unjust fines and fees.
The Fines and Fees Justice Center (FFJC) is a national advocacy organization working to create a justice system that treats individuals fairly, ensures public safety and is funded equitably. Learn more about our vision and our work.
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