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Attorneys: Judge’s Historic Ruling In Florida Voting Rights Was Hardly Unexpected

If there’s one thing both sides agree on about Florida’s historic voting rights case, the federal judge’s decision over the weekend – which grants felons the right to vote even if they can’t pay their court fines or fees – was hardly unexpected. Even one of the defense lawyers allied …

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Weeks Before Registration Deadline Amendment 4 Is Still A Mess In Florida

A federal appeals court in Atlanta is expected to decide whether ex-felons in Florida who owe fees and fines can vote for or against Donald Trump in 2020. Stakes are high: The outcome of the federal court case could affect who wins the presidential election in Florida, which could affect who wins the White House.

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