voting rights CRC Weighs Felon Voting Rights Proposal By Shawn Mulcahy • Mar 9, 2018 A proposal that could’ve changed the way felons’ rights are restored was withdrawn the Constitution Revision Commission Thursday, leaving a broken system intact for now. But it’s not the final say on the issue. Proposals To Restore Felons' Voting Rights Move Forward By News Service of Florida • Jan 23, 2018 Two proposals that would automatically restore voting rights to felons who have served their sentences were approved last week by a Florida Constitution Revision Commission panel. Veterans' Voting Rights By Mike Kiniry, Julie Glenn & Rachel Iacovone • Nov 13, 2017 Listen Listening... / 23:05 There are thousands of veterans among the more than 1.6 million Floridians who have lost the right to vote because of past felony convictions. The ACLU of Florida is leading a push to place a proposed Constitutional amendment on the November 2018 ballot that would restore the voting rights of all who complete their sentences, except for those convicted of murder or a felony sex offense. We’re joined by retired Colonel Mike Pheneger, who is helping to get the word out about the ACLU’s petition drive.