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Key Amendment 4 backer supports voting law now being challenged in...

Desmond Meade, the man who led the movement to restore voting rights to more than 1 million former felons, supports a law that is...

Civil rights leader: ‘Once a person has paid their debt to...

A Florida civil rights leader testified Thursday that a 2019 law requiring former felons to pay all court costs before having voting rights restored...

Court official: antiquated court records present a challenge to felons seeking...

Felons with older convictions seeking to have their voting rights restored in Hillsborough County may have to rely on a system that once kept...

Defense lawyer: State high court ruling undermined Miami-Dade program restoring felons’...

The public defender in Florida’s largest county testified Tuesday that a Florida Supreme Court opinion in January caused the county to shut down a...

Opening testimony in voting-rights trial includes evidence of racial disparity, administrative...

The question of whether Latoya Moreland and hundreds of thousands of Floridians like her will be able to vote in this year’s presidential election...

A federal trial starts today on a FL law that opponents...

A federal judge will hear arguments today in a challenge by civil rights groups to a 2019 Florida law that requires felons who have...

Voting-rights allies claim victory in battle over campus voting sites

Students may vote early at on-campus sites after all, now that Florida’s chief elections officer has agreed to authorize local elections supervisors to set...

Florida loses a federal appeals court ruling on the state’s felon...

Update: Terrie Rizzo, chair of the Florida Democratic Party, called for the state to move forward with the implementation of Amendment 4 that would allow...

Federal appeals court sides with ex-felons on enforcing voter rights

A federal appeals court has rejected Gov. Ron DeSantis' defense of a state law that blocks ex-felons from voting unless they have paid all...

Amid uncertainty over felon voting rights, elections supervisor says: ‘Come get...

The first vote-by-mail ballots in Florida’s March 17 presidential preference primary are on their way to registered voters amid continued uncertainty about the rights...

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