Florida Secretary of State on yanking submission from DOJ

Florida Secretary of State Kurt Browning says:

“The purpose of filing in the federal district court is to ensure that the changes to Florida’s election law are judged on their merits by eliminating the risk of a ruling impacted by outside influence,” said Secretary Browning. “Since the passage of HB 1355, we have seen misinformation surrounding the bill increase. By asking a court to rule on certain aspects of the bill, we are assured of a neutral evaluation based on the facts.”

Judged on the merits, ruling based on outside influence, misinformation, neutral evaluation.  More on this topic here and here and here.

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