The Florida Supreme Court left no doubt today that Amendments 5, 7 and 9 could be in trouble because they were improperly placed on the ballot. The court heard arguments Wednesday morning on the controversial amendments relating to property taxes and vouchers. It is expected to rule by Friday, in time for the Secretary of State to certify the official November ballot by its Sept. 5 deadline.
The Taxation and Budget Commission placed the amendments on the November ballot. Read full story here.