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Florida Local Option Amendment (1886)

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The Florida Local Option Amendment, also known as Article XIX, was a constitutional convention-referred constitutional amendment which was approved on the Florida ballot on November 2, 1886.

The amendment was an addition to the Florida Constitution of 1885 regarding the right for people to enact prohibition of alcohol locally.[1][2]

Text of measure

The language that appeared on the ballot according to the Ordinance 2 of the Florida Constitutional Convention of 1885:

For Article XIX

Against Article XIX[1][3]

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