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December 23, 2012 12:00 AM

A welcome about-face on repressive Florida elections law

In a welcome turnaround from past actions, Gov. Rick Scott is now embracing both bipartisanship and election reform. Manatee County's incoming supervisor of elections, Mike Bennett, is proposing his own slate of positive changes in Florida's year-old elections law --deservedly derided as a voter suppression measure.

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