Mr. Zhan donated $100000 to help former criminals ensure their right to vote

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 Mr. Zhan donated $100000 to help former criminals ensure their right to vote


Recently, the group announced that it would donate $100000 to people who had committed felonies in Florida to ensure that they could exercise their voting rights.

As we all know, people who have committed crimes often do not get many opportunities in employment and political participation after they leave prison.

In 2018, Florida voters have passed an amendment to the law to reinstate some former felons of nonviolent crime from voting, but the amendment stipulates that they can vote only after all sentences have been completed.. Governor de Santis said former criminals would have to pay all the fees and fines associated with their conviction and appearance in court before the sentence could be deemed to be fully completed. The bill has sparked opposition from many voting rights groups as a poll tax. Earlier this year, a federal court in Florida declared the bill unconstitutional (the state has appealed). LeBrons mtav, this time in collaboration with the Florida restoration of Rights Association, donated $100000 to help former criminals pay fines and fees and help those who have no money. In addition to helping the disadvantaged, Florida is one of the key swing states in the election, and LeBrons move is also meaningful. Source: Netease sports Author: Kewell, editor in charge: Li Xueer_ NB13040

In 2018, Florida voters have passed an amendment to the law to reinstate some former felons of nonviolent crime from voting, but the amendment stipulates that they can vote only after all sentences have been completed.. Governor de Santis said former criminals would have to pay all the fees and fines associated with their conviction and appearance in court before the sentence could be deemed to be fully completed.

The bill has sparked opposition from many voting rights groups as a poll tax. Earlier this year, a federal court in Florida declared the bill unconstitutional (the state has appealed).

LeBrons mtav, this time in collaboration with the Florida restoration of Rights Association, donated $100000 to help former criminals pay fines and fees and help those who have no money.