A 1926 law designed to keep Asian farmers from owning or leasing land in the state remains on the books 92 years later.
Now voters in Florida this November will get a second chance to repeal it.
A dozen states had similar laws, but Florida is the only state that hasn’t thrown it out. A previous attempt at repealing it failed in 2008. It received less than 50 percent of the vote. 60 percent is needed for passage.
“I do believe we are the only state with this and so it’s an embarrassment,” said Orlando real estate attorney Don H. Nguyen to the Orlando Sentinel.