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An amendment repealing an existing ban on state funding for religious institutions in the state constitution is slated to appear on Florida's 2012 ballot. The controversial amendment is being promoted as a way to ensure religious freedom in the state, but the religious community is divided on whether the amendment will ensure religious freedom or threaten its sovereignty.