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Per A recent news report a Federal Court in Florida has ruled that, despite a vote by a majority of
the citizens of Florida granting former/released convicts to vote, some 750,000 former/released convicts will
be denied the right to vote until they have made restitution to their victims and paid court costs.

Per a separate news report Michael Bloomberg is planning to spend $100 million to help
Biden defeat Trump in Florida.

Maybe some of that money should be spent enabling some number of these people to vote

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djfrodo 1 year ago

Maybe some of that money should be spent enabling some number of these people to vote

How about no money being spent and instead, once you've served you time you get you get your right to vote back...automatically and for free.

The prison "system" in the U.S. has been fucked up since...forever, but when it became a for profit business it became weaponized.

I thought the covid outbread would be the course correction America needed - turns out I was wrong.

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boyfromnyc 1 year ago

Your point is well made.
Actually that is what we believed our majority vote meant.

The rules changed when Team Trump realized the implicatio