Student Government senators announced Tuesday they will take action to provide free menstrual products on campus after a Senate committee unanimously voted down a code revision for the initiative over a week ago.
After a Student Government committee rejected a proposal to provide free menstrual products to students, some took to Facebook to organize protests and temporary alternatives to the proposal.
After the Senate Pro-Tempore resigned, citing a lack of respect for minorities, UF’s Senate elected a new officer Tuesday night.
In a letter to the Alligator on Tuesday, UF Student Body Treasurer Revel Lubin announced his intention to switch from Impact Party to Inspire Party.
A proposal that would provide free tampons and pads on campus was not approved by the Student Government Budget and Appropriations Committee on Monday evening.
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