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March 7, 2016 6:48 PM

Florida Supreme Court appears divided over utility-backed solar amendment

Opponents say measure should be removed from ballot because it gives voters the impression it’s a new right

Supporters say it is needed to protect consumers from sketchy operators

Court will decide if language is misleading

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