The Florida Supreme Court officially tossed education-related Amendment 8 off the Nov. 6 ballot, upholding a lower court ruling that found it misleading. But that’s not the only proposal to change the constitution that voters face.
Reporters Jeff Solochek and Emily Mahoney discuss the Amendment 8 ruling, and what’s left on the ballot — including another measure that also could alter the way Florida’s school districts operate.
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