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Florida Supreme Court rules felons must pay off fines before voting

CBS News Thursday, 16 January 2020
Florida's high court sided with a decision by Republican Governor Ron DeSantis.
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The Florida Supreme Court sided with Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday in a legal dispute over restoring voting rights to felons with unpaid fines — one of many clashes over the ballot box in a state that will play a crucial role in this year's presidential election.

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