Members of the Constitution Revision Commission listened to citizens at a town hall meeting in Miami on April 16, 2017. The panel, which meets every 20 years, has drawn several lawsuits challenging the proposals they have placed on the ballot as misleading.  A retired Florida chief justice is challenging in court six proposed constitutional amendments, saying they are either unconstitutionally misleading or violate First Amendment rights.
Members of the Constitution Revision Commission listened to citizens at a town hall meeting in Miami on April 16, 2017. The panel, which meets every 20 years, has drawn several lawsuits challenging the proposals they have placed on the ballot as misleading. A retired Florida chief justice is challenging in court six proposed constitutional amendments, saying they are either unconstitutionally misleading or violate First Amendment rights. Pedro Portal pporal@miamiherald.com
Members of the Constitution Revision Commission listened to citizens at a town hall meeting in Miami on April 16, 2017. The panel, which meets every 20 years, has drawn several lawsuits challenging the proposals they have placed on the ballot as misleading. A retired Florida chief justice is challenging in court six proposed constitutional amendments, saying they are either unconstitutionally misleading or violate First Amendment rights. Pedro Portal pporal@miamiherald.com

Retired chief justice objects to bundled amendments on ballot, asks court to act

August 14, 2018 06:14 PM