Tribunal Supremo de Florida. Crédito: Danielle J. Brown
Periodismo de calidad para tiempos críticos
In a span of seven months, two Florida Supreme Court justices - one who resigned and another who retired - left the bench without finishing their six-year terms and after voters had agreed to retain them. They easily procured lucrative jobs in private practice and opened the way for Gov. Ron DeSantis to pick reliably conservative justices who’ll further strengthen his hammerlock on the judiciary, according to state documents.
It was akin to how DeSantis has used his control of government boards to remove unwieldly board members in
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