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For felons will need to pay fees fines and restitution before they can get their voting rights restored the state Supreme Court sided with state lawmakers and the governor saying that money needs to be paid first before any votes could be cast Florida voters approved about bin for in twenty eighteen that was intended to restore felons ability to