(Español) Con alegría y temor reciben ex presos de La Florida la restauración de su derecho a votar

After the resounding victory of Amendment 4 in Florida, which restores the right to vote to 1.4 million formerly incarcerated individuals in the state, some possible beneficiaries are questioning whether it will in fact be possible to end more than a century and a half of electoral exclusion. Although they welcome the news on Amendment 4, some former inmates fear that powerful interests will block its implementation before the 2020 elections. Martin Berlanga reports from Miami in this installment from our special series of reporting on criminal justice.

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