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Florida Miami County Amendment (1948)

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Florida Miami County Amendment was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment that was slated to be on the ballot in Florida in the general election on November 2, 1948. However, the amendment was defeated in a prerequisite local election held during the Second Primary Election the previous May.[1][2]
  • The amendment would have abolished Dade County and created Miami County to replace it.[1]

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