When a state’s court of last resort renders an opinion that abridges,
ignores, and renders meaningless an express provision of that state’s
constitution, then that court shall have itself effectuated an amendment to its
constitution erroneously and without the approval and longstanding support
of the electors of that state
Vanassenderp, H. Kenza and Scarpone, Kayla M.
"Telli V. Broward County-A Misunderstanding Of County Home Rule And An Abridging Of The Status Of The Constitution's County Officers Who Are Not The Charter's County Officers,"
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Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/nlr/vol39/iss1/1