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As of , Florida is one of 18 states that require voters to approve a constitutional amendment at a single election. One state—Nevada—requires voter.


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Proposed amendments to the Florida Constitution may be made by a joint resolution of the Florida Initiative Petition Handbook (Update for in progress).


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The Supreme Court is weighing a proposed constitutional amendment that would overhaul Florida's primary-election system. The initiative.


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The Supreme Court is expected to consider the proposed ballot wording without holding oral arguments. Two initiatives are on the ballot, two others could be headed that way, one has been short-circuited and others are looking toward Prominent Orlando attorney John Morgan has spearheaded the initiative, which has met the signature requirement and received Supreme Court approval. It drew opposition from state leaders, business groups and Florida utilities. One of the committees, Make It Legal Florida, has continued submitting signatures in hopes of reaching the ballot.

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Florida amendments 2020 election will appear on the ballot as Amendment 2. Jim has been executive editor of the News Service since and has covered state government and politics in Florida since About the Author: Jim Saunders Jim has been executive editor of the News Service since and has covered state government and politics in Florida since

With a critical petition-signature deadline Saturday, those and other high-profile ballot initiatives have met different fates. That initiative, led by the Keep Our Constitution Clean political committee, would require future constitutional amendments to be approved by voters twice instead of once to take effect. The two candidates getting the most votes in each primary would advance to the general election. The initiative, sponsored by the political committee All Voters Vote, would allow registered voters to cast ballots in primary elections regardless of party affiliation. Getting Supreme Court approval of the ballot wording could help if the initiative drive continues for The proposal, sponsored by the political committee Florida Decides Healthcare, would offer Medicaid coverage to low-income adults who currently are not eligible. The Supreme Court, meanwhile, will hear arguments Tuesday on the wording of the other proposal, sponsored by the Sensible Florida political committee. As of Friday morning, the state Division of Elections had tallied , valid petition signatures for the measure, led by the political committee Ban Assault Weapons NOW. The committee submitted enough petition signatures, and the Supreme Court heard arguments about the ballot wording in December.