Today, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear a case that tests how far states may go in telling judicial candidates how to deal with public interest group questionnaires they receive during campaigns.

The Florida Code of Judicial Conduct rule at issue mandates that judges must recuse in any case where in the course of an election campaign they committed themselves on an issue or controversy that later comes before them on the bench.

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