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Amendment 4

Amendment 4

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Amendment 4 on the Florida Ballet asked whether convicted felons who have served their time, been rehabilitated, and fulfilled all of their court orders should have their voting right reinstated. The progressive bill would give those convicted of felony crimes a second chance. The bill would no protect those who were convicted of murder or violent sexual crimes. The people this bill would greatly aid are those who made a single mistake early in their life. If we do not offer these individuals a second chance–if we do not give them the opportunity to reclaim their freedom–then our system does not truly seek to rehabilitate but, rather, to permanently punish.

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