Even a $26 million cash infusion from electric utilities and lobbyists wasn't enough to persuade Florida voters to pass a proposed constitutional amendment on residential solar installations last week.
The proposed amendment needed 60% of the vote to win approval, but on election day only about half the voters were in favor, The Miami Herald reported.
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