Appeals court upholds Florida amendment restoring felons' voting rights

U.S. The Washington Times

A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday to block a Florida law that would have made the restoration of voting rights contingent upon the payment of court-imposed fines. In 2018, Florida voters approved a Voting Restoration Amendment that restored the franchise to former criminals who had served their sentences and completed ... …

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