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"Senate bill would deliver relief to small biz owners with a record," by CCR Staff, Collateral Consequences Resource Center, June 05, 2020
"Editorial: A judge says the GOP can’t keep Florida felons from voting. But lawmakers will keep trying.," by Editorial Board, Washington Post, May 28, 2020
"Judge Takes Matters Into His Own Hands on Felons Voting," by Dara Kam, Daily Business Review, May 28, 2020
"’A game-changer’: Five takeaways from Sunday’s ruling on felon voting," by Lawrence Mower, Tampa Bay Times, May 25, 2020
"No Photo ID, No Services: Coronavirus Poses Steep Hurdles After Prison," by Christie Thompson, The Marshall Project, May 26, 2020
"Federal judge guts Florida law requiring felons to pay fines before they can vote," by Amy Gardner, Washington Post, May 24, 2020
"Is COVID-19 delaying the fight for voting rights in Florida?," by Ivette Feliciano and Zachary Green, PBS NewsHour, May 16, 2020
"Housing The Formerly Incarcerated Should Be A Fundamental Right, Especially In A Pandemic," by Demar F. Lewis IV, The Appeal, May 18, 2020
"In Florida, felons must pay court debts before they can vote. But with no system to do so, many have found it impossible.," by Amy Gardner ad Lori Rozsa, Washington Post, May 13, 2020
"Second Chances Are Better Than Long Sentences," by Mark Holden, Morning Consult, May 11, 2020
"State lacks plan for key issue in felons voting case," by Dara Kam, CBS 12 News, May 05, 2020
"Felon Voting Rights Trial Wraps Up in Florida," by Alex Pickett, Courthouse News Service, May 06, 2020
"Is SBA denying disaster relief based only on an arrest?," by CCRC Staff, Collateral Consequences Resource Center, May 06, 2020
"Attorney Blasts Florida Over Voting Eligibility Process for Felons," by Alex Pickett, Courthouse News Service, May 04, 2020
"Record-Keeping Issues Highlighted in Florida Voting Rights Trial," by Alex Pickett, Courthouse News Service, April 30, 2020