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GAME Changer Or Not ?
    Martha Asencio/ZUMA (bios)
zReportage.com Story of the Week #758: TUESDAY October 20, 2020: 'GAME Changer Or Not?' by ZUMA Press multiple pulitzer award winning Newspaper: The Tampa Bay Times photo-journalists Ivy Ceballo, Martha Asencio Rhine, Dirk Shadd, John Pendygraft. In 2018 Florida Amendment 4 restored voting rights to as many as 1.4 million former lawbreakers who had completed their sentences, but then things got complicated. Nearly two years after the landmark constitutional amendment allowing felons to vote, was passed, the state officials don't know how many have registered. They also don't know how many convicts on the voter rolls owe court fees, fines or restitution that would disqualify them from voting under a subsequent state law that limited the amendment's scope. Welcome to: 'GAME Changer Or Not?'
GAME Changer Or Not ?
    Martha Asencio/ZUMA (bios)
zReportage.com Story of the Week #758: TUESDAY October 20, 2020: 'GAME Changer Or Not?' by ZUMA Press multiple pulitzer award winning Newspaper: The Tampa Bay Times photo-journalists Ivy Ceballo, Martha Asencio Rhine, Dirk Shadd, John Pendygraft. In 2018 Florida Amendment 4 restored voting rights to as many as 1.4 million former lawbreakers who had completed their sentences, but then things got complicated. Nearly two years after the landmark constitutional amendment allowing felons to vote, was passed, the state officials don't know how many have registered. They also don't know how many convicts on the voter rolls owe court fees, fines or restitution that would disqualify them from voting under a subsequent state law that limited the amendment's scope. Welcome to: 'GAME Changer Or Not?'