Florida rejected federal youth health survey for being too sexual, so it came up with its own

Full Story: Guns, gender identity, drugs, sex. These are among the hot-button, politically charged topics in Florida you largely won’t see on the state’s new voluntary health survey for teens. “Instead, they asked questions that had to do with character and had to do with decision-making,” explained Christy Devigili, a Lee County parent and parents’ rights advocate who is among more than a dozen people chosen to be part of a state workgroup to help develop the new Florida-specific youth survey.