Is Florida's Measure Restricting the Voting Rights of Ex-Felons Legal?
Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed a measure making the restoration of voting rights for people convicted of felonies contingent on having paid off all criminal debt.
What's the Future of Voting Rights for Former Felons in Florida?
In November, voters passed an amendment restoring the right to vote for those convicted of a felony, but new legislation could diminish its potential impact.
The 2020 Democratic Candidates Are Split on Letting Incarcerated People Vote
Bernie Sanders supports expanding the U.S franchise to people in prison. Pete Buttigieg does not. Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris are unsure.
Florida Passed Amendment 4. That Could Be Good News for Democrats.
Now that felons can vote in Florida, Democrats might see a boost in future elections.
Over a Million Felons Could Regain the Right to Vote in Florida
In one of the most consequential mid-term measures nationwide, Florida's Amendment 4 would automatically restore voting rights to most felons who complete their sentences.
In the South, an Aggressive Effort to Purge Former Felons From Voting Rolls
Most of the country is making it easier for former felons to vote. But in the South, the number of voters removed due to felonies has nearly doubled in the past decade, an APM Reports/Pacific Standard analysis shows.
Felons on Parole Will Soon Be Able to Vote in New York
An executive order issued by Governor Andrew Cuomo could extend voting rights to over 35,000 people.
Sealing Criminal Records for the Possibility of Redemption
Cory Booker and Rand Paul’s REDEEM Act.
Gun Medicine: California's Armed Prohibited Persons System
Why we should be treating gun violence as a disease—and why most states can't.