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It was not my bill…The Legislature passed it. I didn’t have anything to do with passing it.
Florida Governor Rick Scott, insisting to his state’s Legislative Black Caucus that he isn’t responsible for the voter ID laws the state passed in 2011. Of course, Scott signed the bill into law, and his administration spent more than $500,000 defending it in court once it became law, so this is a spurious claim, to put it nicely. In other news, a new poll suggests trouble for Scott when he runs for reelection next year. source
January 16, 2013 // 13:58 // 1 year ago
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  17. helenlindsay said: hi i’m a floridian and i just want to say i didn’t vote for rick scott. not like he didn’t pass this bill. i mean i really, really, SERIOUSLY did not vote for him. sorry he exists.
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