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Senate subcommittee reviews last year’s voting law

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With the national spotlight shining on Florida’s voters ahead of the Republican Presidential Primary, United States Senator from Florida, Bill Nelson and U.S. Senator from Illinois, Dick Durbin are refocusing that attention on Florida’s voting laws. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Stephanie Brown reports a Senate subcommittee held a hearing today to hear the concerns about a voting law passed last year.

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