Amicus Brief, Florida 9th District - April, 2017 - Advancement Project - Advancement Project

Amicus Brief, Florida 9th District – April, 2017

Brief of amici curiae the Dream Defenders, Florida Immigrant Coalition, Let Your Voice Be Heard, Inc., Florida State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the New Florida Majority, SEIU Florida State Council, Color of Change, and Advancement Project in support of petitioner’s emergency non-routine petition for writ of quo warranto.

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