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The 2021 Florida Statutes

Title II
STATE ORGANIZATION
Chapter 8
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS
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CHAPTER 8 Florida Statutes and Case Law
CHAPTER 8
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS
Note.—The Florida Supreme Court held portions of the congressional district map unconstitutional in The League of Women Voters of Florida v. Detzner, No. SC14-1905 (Fla. July 9, 2015), and relinquished the case to the trial court with directions to the Legislature to redraw districts 5, 13, 14, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, and all other districts affected by the redrawing. The Legislature was unable to produce a map, and the districts were determined by court order in Romo v. Detzner and Bondi and The League of Women Voters of Florida v. Detzner, Case Nos. 2012-CA-00412 and 2012-CA-00490, Fla. 2d Jud. Cir. Ct., October 9, 2015; the final congressional redistricting plan was approved by the Florida Supreme Court, The League of Women Voters of Florida v. Detzner, No. SC14-1905 (Fla. December 2, 2015).
8.0001
Definitions.
8.0002
Division of state into congressional districts.
8.0111
Inclusion of unlisted territory in contiguous districts.
8.0112
Districts with noncontiguous territory.
8.02
New counties.
8.031
Election of representatives to Congress.
8.05
Members of governmental agencies appointed pursuant to former district boundaries unaffected by new district boundaries.
8.0611
Severability.
8.07
Applicability.
8.08
Definitions.
8.081
Division of state into congressional districts.
8.082
Inclusion of unlisted territory in contiguous districts.
8.083
Districts with noncontiguous territory.
8.084
New counties.
8.085
Election of representatives to Congress.
8.086
Members of governmental agencies appointed pursuant to former district boundaries unaffected by new district boundaries.
8.087
Severability.
8.088
Applicability.

Statutes updated from Official Statutes on: January 26, 2022
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