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Florida editorial roundup

Recent editorials from Florida newspapers:


April 26

The South Florida Sun Sentinel on proposed solar amendment:

Consumers for Smart Solar has won the right to put the group's proposed constitutional amendment on the November ballot.

Further, a spokesman says the group — which is supported by major utilities including Florida Power & Light, Duke Energy Florida, Gulf Power and Tampa Electric — "looks forward to making our case to the people of Florida that we must advance solar energy — and do it in the right way — a way that protects all consumers, whether they choose solar or not."

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