TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) The justices rejected arguments Thursday by the Republican-controlled Legislature that titles of both measures are
misleading and violate a requirement limiting citizen initiatives
to a single subject.
The proposed state constitutional amendments would set standards
for congressional and legislative redistricting.
The high court also ordered state economists to revise a
financial statement saying the amendments will cost ``millions of
dollars.'' The justices called that forecast ``misleading.''
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