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Signature requirements jump for ballot initiatives

| News Service of Florida

It will be a lot harder to put proposed constitutional amendments on the 2022 ballot in Florida.

Heavy turnout in this year’s election and a new law that seeks to limit ballot initiatives have driven up the number of petition signatures that groups will have to submit to get on the ballot in 2022 and to trigger crucial reviews by the Florida Supreme Court.


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