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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Scott Arceneaux
He also warned the state Legislature against gerrymandering, noting that voters had passed an initiative to limit lawmakers' ability to draw electoral boundaries to benefit themselves.
"As the Legislature moves forward with reapportionment, it is important to remember that the people of Florida have spoken when voters approved the Fair District Amendments this fall, with nearly 63 percent voting to adopt these standards, now enshrined in our Constitution," Mr. Arceneaux said of the redistricting.