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Florida Utilities’ Tricky-As-Hell Amendment – Vote “No” On November 8!

I sent in my ballot a few days ago. Before receiving it, I was aware that Amendment 1, regarding solar energy, was supposed to get a “No” vote — thanks to CleanTechnica‘s coverage of the topic! However, once I got the ballot and looked at the summary of the amendment, my hope that it would [&hellip Florida Utilities’ Tricky-As-Hell Amendment – Vote “No” On November 8! was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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