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Koch-Backed Group Supports Restoring Felon Voting Rights

“A national group with close ties to the Koch Brothers, Freedom Partners, has thrown its support behind Amendment 4 on the Florida ballot — the proposal to restore voting rights to most convicted felons without hearings or delays”

Taegan Goddard

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My Thoughts

It’s sad that my immediate conclusion on this piece of news is not … good on you Koch brothers’ … but more … ok - I need to look into this more - because there is something in it for tham that I am not just seeing at the moment.’
If you are of the same opinion about Koch as I am you might enjoy this.
On the other hand, if you are on the other side of the coin and think Kocj might have a good side, well then there is this.

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