Florida Supreme Court Ignores Will of the People, Re-Imposes Restrictions on Felony Voting

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2018, the voters of Florida approved Amendment 4 to the state constitution by a sixty-four percent majority. That Amendment restored the right to vote to almost all felons once they had served their time in prison, on parole and/or probation.



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Herbert Dyer, Jr.

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