Some Ex-Felons to Regain Florida Voting Rights Florida prepares to restore voting rights to 30,000 ex-felons, settling a lawsuit filed after the 2000 election. Tens of thousands more former inmates could regain voting rights if they go through a hearing process. Hear NPR's Linda Wertheimer and political science professor Susan MacManus.
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Some Ex-Felons to Regain Florida Voting Rights

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Some Ex-Felons to Regain Florida Voting Rights

Some Ex-Felons to Regain Florida Voting Rights

Some Ex-Felons to Regain Florida Voting Rights

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Florida prepares to restore voting rights to 30,000 ex-felons, settling a lawsuit filed after the 2000 election. Tens of thousands more former inmates could regain voting rights if they go through a hearing process. Hear NPR's Linda Wertheimer and political science professor Susan MacManus.