Dockery v. Hood, 1D05-336
Summary judgment, finding that state law did not mandate the invalidation of certain signature petition forms regarding a constitutional initiative amendment that did not include the name and address of the paid petition circulator, is affirmed since the statutory requirement at issue was repealed prior to the case at hand.
- Decided 01/26/2006
- Published 01/26/2006
District Court of Appeal of Florida
John W. Frost, II and Robert Aranda, of Frost, Tamayo, Sessums & Aranda, P.A., Bartow, for Appellant.
Charlie Crist, Jr., Attorney General, Christopher M. Kise, Solicitor General, Steven Todd Gold, Deputy Solicitor General, James A. Peters, Special Counsel, and Jonathan A. Glogau, Chief, Complex Litigation, Tallahassee. Wilbur E. Brewton and Tana D. Storey, of Roetzel & Andress, L.P.A., Tallahassee, Counsel for Floridians for Responsible Spending PAC, Inc. Amicus, for Appellee.