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Three Florida Supreme Court justices and 15 appellate judges are up for merit retention in the Nov. 6 general election, but what the system is — and what it isn’t — has been the focus of an educational push by members of the legal community. Read more here: http://www.jaxdailyrecord.com/showstory.php?Story_id=537362.
It was an omen. Our Monday front page had stories about two issues sure to make your head hurt. One was about immigration and new rules affecting young people. Instead of helping, those rules make matters more tangled and confusing and only deepen the national divide. They are yet another sign we really aren’t serious about defining who is welcome and who is not. Read more here: http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2012/aug/26/jeff-lytle-it-was-an-omen/.
Florida Supreme Court Justice Barbara Pariente made a case to keep her job during a recent appearance at Temple Emeth in Delray Beach. Pariente is one of three justices facing merit retention in November, when the state’s voters decide on whether to let them keep their positions. Read more here: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/palm-beach/delray-beach/fl-cn-justice-0527-20120525,0,4302155.story.
Supreme Court Justice Barbara Pariente did Floridians a favor Friday by clearly explaining the shortcomings of well-intended changes to the state’s redistricting regimen. Read more here: http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20120501/OPINION/305019997?p=1&tc=pg.
Activists are targeting Florida’s court system once again. Surprisingly enough, the activist in charge is accusing three Supreme Court Justices of alleged “judicial activism”. He wants them removed. How come some always claims to be following the Constitution…except when it comes to the part that guarantees an independent judiciary? We saw it last year when the Florida House, firmly under the control of the Far Right, tried to water down the powers of the Florida … Continue reading