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Out of The Courts


Let me repeat what I said 4 years ago: the state legislature, if necessary, has the final say in determining the winning slate of electors, not the courts. The Florida legislature, and other states where close votes and much litigation is expected, should be prepared to step in if necessary. There’s absolutely no reason to leave the election results up to the courts and the lawyers who abuse them. And this is the best way to begin to correct the U.S. Supreme Court’s Equal Protection debacle in 2000.


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