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Legislators put amendment on November ballot to change court appointments E-mail
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TALLAHASSEE — A bill to give voters a chance to decide whether to give Florida’s governor new powers to make prospective appointments to the state Supreme Court moved closer to appearing on the November ballot. The proposed constitutional amendment, SJR 1188, was approved by a 74-45 partisan vote in the Florida House on Wednesday following its Senate passage. The amendment will be the third one placed on the ballot and must be approved by at least 60 percent of voters on Election Day to become law. read more

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