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Federal Judge Sets Hearing In Snipes Suspension Case

cbs4.com Friday, 21 December 2018
Federal Judge Sets Hearing In Snipes Suspension CaseA federal judge will hear arguments Jan. 7 in a legal battle about whether suspended Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes should be able to regain her job.
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Dr. Brenda Snipes has asked a federal judge to reinstate her after she was removed from office by Governor Rick Scott. Snipes has filed a lengthy federal lawsuit against Scott and Senate President Bill Galvano. Matt Yurus reports.

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