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Charter Schools

Affirming that a constitutional amendment must be removed from the November ballot, the Florida Supreme Court ruled that its title and summary hid the amendment's true purpose of altering methods for authorizing new charter schools.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Affirming that a constitutional amendment must be removed from the November ballot, the Florida Supreme Court ruled that its title and summary hid the amendment's true purpose of altering methods for authorizing new charter schools.

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