U.S. Supreme Court asked to allow former felons to vote, despite fines and fees, while case continues

The News Service of Florida

Not only has this thrown the election rules into chaos (with nearly one hundred thousand registered voters and three-quarters of a million citizens now uncertain of their eligibility to vote), it has revived the risk — and attendant chill — of prosecution for citizens who worry they will guess wrong about how much (if anything) they must pay to vote,” attorneys for the Campaign Legal Center wrote in Wednesday’s motion, which was joined by other organizations that are plaintiffs in this case.

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