- Article III, Section 16
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- Creates fifteen member commission replacing legislature to apportion single-member legislative and congressional districts in the year following each decennial census. Establishes non-partisan method of appointment to commission. Disqualifies certain persons for membership to avoid partiality. Limits commission members from seeking office under plan for four years after service on commission. Requires ten votes for commission action. Requires Florida Supreme Court to apportion districts if commission fails to file a valid plan.
- Signatures: **Verified Totals are UNOFFICIAL until the Initiative receives certification and a ballot number.
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| Required to have initiative on the ballot:
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|Supreme Court Ruling:
: Does not comply with the single-subject requirement of article XI, section 3 of the Florida Constitution and that the ballot summary is misleading and does not comply with section 101.161(1), F.S. (2005).
|SC Ruling Date:
Year: ||2006 |