This Article explores the adoption and implementation of Florida’s Constitutional Amendments governing lobbying and abuse of power.  The changes enacted by Florida voters should act as a pole-star for both guiding public officials in their duties and the legislature’s thoughtful examination of previously recommended changes to Florida’s statutory ethics laws. New lobbying restrictions expand the scope and length of prohibitions on activities after leaving office, and the abuse of power provisions rely on established bodies of law for clarification. However, the legislature has been slow to respond to recommended reforms of State ethics laws, and decades have passed without following reports and recommendations from statewide grand jury investigations or the adoption of more significant deterrents for violations of Chapter 112, Florida Statutes.  The new constitutional provisions are subject to the penalties enacted by the legislature. Investigations and administrative proceedings remain under the jurisdiction of the Florida Commission on Ethics