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Amendment 4—a Florida referendum restoring voting rights to former felons—passed in 2018 with 65% of the vote, paving the way for an additional 1.4 million voters in the swing state.

Republican Governor Ron DeSantis immediately took steps to undermine the public will by signing into law a bill that would only restore voting rights to felons who fully pay all fees and fines imposed after leaving prison.

Under Florida law, court debts left unpaid after three months are referred to private debt collectors, who can then tack on a surcharge of up to 40%.

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Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of President Donald Trump, has an internet persona almost as obnoxious as his father's.

He reminded people of that with a recent Instagram post where he showed off his AR-15, which boasted a special guest star.

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Christmas is usually a time when politicians send apolitical Christmas holiday wishes and seasons greetings.

That was not the case for Republican Congressman Rep. Paul Gosar, however, who took the opportunity on Christmas Eve to share an old video of Hillary Clinton almost getting taken out by lighting equipment during a 1992 60 Minutes interview.

His caption:

Remember the reason for the season! #MerryChristmas

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has some experience with impeachment. While her husband Bill was President, the Independent Counsel investigation led by Ken Starr probed every aspect of her life before and during her time in the White House as well as her husbands.

While Starr failed to find any criminal wrongdoing by the First Lady, he did after his four year investigation discover her husband's extramarital affair with a White House intern.

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From the time President Donald Trump first announced his candidacy, he and his followers have used Hillary Clinton as a rallying point. Three years after the election, Trump's MAGA rallies and followers still trot out chants of "Lock her up" and similar rhetoric online.

But conservative commentator, consultant, editorialist, lecturer and military historian Max Boot has had it with the deflection to former Secretary of State Clinton. In a new OpEd in The Washington Post, Boot states in no uncertain terms that Trump, his associates and his acolytes in the GOP need to knock it off.

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The Republican Party—or more specifically the Trump White House—is being called out again for hypocrisy. Members of the administration of President Donald Trump used unsecured devices, private servers and even public social media channels to conduct official government business.

However throughout the Trump 2016 presidential campaign, allegations against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton abounded regarding similar activity. Chants of "lock her up" over emails that were thoroughly investigated by a Republican led Congress and several federal agencies were prevalent during Trump MAGA rallies and still pop up today.

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After last week's first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump, Republicans just can't see to shake the Ukraine scandal.

The Trump administration withheld crucial congressionally-approved military aid from Ukraine in exchange for a public investigation of Trump's political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.

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