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Florida high court hears arguments on felon voting rights

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Florida high court hears arguments on felon voting rights

Florida high court hears arguments on felon voting rights

The Florida Supreme Court began considering Wednesday whether a voter-approved constitutional amendment restoring the voting rights of felons who complete their sentences means they also have to pay court-ordered fines, fees and restitution.

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