Felons in Florida Regain the Right to Vote

Headline Roundup January 9th, 2019

Felons in Florida regained the right to vote on Tuesday after an amendment passed in the November midterms which restored voting rights to 1.4 million people, exempting those convicted of sexual offenses or murder. Some have celebrated the move as a victory for fairness and re-enfranchisement, while others say that the law requires clarification, prompting potential lawsuits in the near future.

Felons in Florida Regain the Right to Vote

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Governor-elect is among officials who say additional legislation is needed to clarify amendment’s terms

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The battleground state of Florida just became even more unpredictable now that felons in the state have regained the right to vote.

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Florida had one of the harshest policies when it came to stripping voting rights from people convicted of felonies. That changes Tuesday.

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