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Florida Supreme Court Rules Convicted Felons Must Pay Fines To Vote

NPR Sunday, 19 January 2020
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Ari Berman, Mother Jones' voting rights reporter, about the latest news on Florida's legislation that allows former felons to vote.
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News video: FL Supreme Court: Ex-felons must pay all fines, fees and restitution before voting

FL Supreme Court: Ex-felons must pay all fines, fees and restitution before voting 01:05

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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