Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody will challenge a proposed constitutional amendment promising choices to energy consumers.
“While phrased both in its title and in its summary as a purportedly pro-consumer choice measure, the proposed amendment does the opposite,” Moody wrote in a letter to Florida Supreme Court justices.
But Moody questions the motives of the referendum, and said the true purpose won’t be presented honestly to voters.
“The undisclosed chief purpose of the proposed amendment is to eliminate the main providers of electricity service to Floridians, the investor-owned utilities,” she writes.
“It ‘hides the ball’ as to its ‘true meaning, and ramifications’ which the Court’s precedent forbids.”
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