Florida Bill Will Force Formerly Incarcerated People to Pay Criminal Fines Before Voting


Apr 30, 2019 - 5:00

[caption id="attachment_74459" align="aligncenter" width="900"] A woman casts her vote inside the Center for Civil and Human Rights, November 6, 2018. (REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant).[/caption] The Florida state House of Representatives passed a bill that would require formerly incarcerated individuals to pay all court fees and fines before they can...

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One Reply to “Florida Bill Will Force Formerly Incarcerated People to Pay Criminal Fines Before Voting”

  1. If removing food and shelter forcibly from formerly incarcerated individuals seems human, you assholes making devious decisions for a whole nation of people, the white supremacy priciples and ideologies governing your thinking, should be made a crime against humanity!!! You cannot punish people you have already punish who are barely surviving!!! Take your heads out your ass!!! Help people!!!! Save lives!!! Those you punish so brutally are still the same people who will wipe your ass, feed your children and read your last rights!!!
    Have a heart!!! There’s only not ONE race!!!

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