In November, Florida voters will decide whether to stop public funding for abortions.
The proposed constitutional amendment prohibits public funds from being used to pay for an abortion or health benefits that include abortion coverage.
If approved, public funds may only be used as required by federal law and to save the mother's life.
The measure also says the state constitution can not be interpreted to give broader rights to abortion than those in the United States Constitution.
A total of 11 constitutional amendments will be on Florida's ballot this November.
They range from tax breaks for military families to the abortion issue and lifting restrictions on making government funds available to churches and religious groups.