Florida Justices' Case: National Review says, "Won Election, But Not Qualified to be on Ballot" 1-26-13

National Review's Michael James Barton offers on-point analysis about the legal merits in the case filed by Southeastern Legal Foundation on behalf of a Florida citizen against the Florida Secretary of State for qualifying three state Supreme Court Justices to appear on the November 2012 statewide ballot for merit retention despite clear errors in the qualifying process - National Review has followed the cases since filing in mid-2012, and sheds light on the differences between a clear reading of the law and the reticence of some in the Florida judiciary to take action - Click here for the story coverage on January 26, 2013

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