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Florida Legislature Unresponsive to the People

Howard Troxler's column in today's St. Petersburg Times explains a lot about what's wrong in Florida's legislature, and probably plenty of others around the country. He concludes, "Can the system fix itself? I don't think so. There is no free market in which a citizen revolt will rise up naturally at the ballot box. The Legislature guarantees its own incumbency with overwhelming campaign money and noncompetitive district maps."