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Lagoa in 2019 chided judges against making law

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Lagoa in 2019 chided judges against making law

Lagoa in 2019 chided judges against making law

Barbara Lagoa, a Cuban American who was the first Latina judge on Florida's Supreme Court, in 2019 said "it is for the legislature, and not the courts, to make the law."


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