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Florida House Bill 1355 (2011)

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Florida House Bill 1355 (2011)
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Legislature:Florida State Legislature
Text:As enrolled
Legislative History
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State law:Laws governing the initiative
process in Florida
Impact on initiative rights
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Reduces Access
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Florida House Bill 1355 is a 2011 Florida law that contains extensive modifications to Florida's election law. With respect to initiative and referendum, the bill cuts the signature gathering period from 4 to 2 years. It also shortens the window for challenging legislatively-referred ballot questions.[1]

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