As a follow-up to A Guide to Amending the Florida Constitution, the Foundation of Associated Industries of Florida has released an additional guide prepared by the Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) working group. Former Florida Supreme Court Justice and Gunster attorney Kenneth B. Bell is a member of the CRC working group, which aims to provide information and education to Florida’s business community and voters on the possible impact amendments can have on Florida’s constitution.
The latest guide prepared by the work group discusses what belongs in a state constitution.
This publication is for general information only. It is not legal advice, and legal counsel should be contacted before any action is taken that might be influenced by this publication.
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