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n The Florida State Constitution In , the Constitution added persons An amendment proposed by the Constitution Revision Commission (Revision No​. 11, ) was adopted in , technically conforming the state constitution with This section provides a constitutional definition for state electorsβ€”a definition.


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By F. L. THoMAs, Assistant Secretary. Senate Bill No. 11 ordered placed on Senate special file, without reference to committee. received the message from your honorable body requesting the return of Senate Constitutional Amendment No.


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We see no public benefit in forever forbidding felons to vote, and Florida is one of only four states that doesn't automatically restore voting rights to those who fulfilled their sentences. The panel connected the prohibition of vaping in the workplace to offshore drilling in Amendment 9, a strained effort to connect clean air and clean water. The rest of the amendments are the detritus of the Constitution Revision Commission, with little or no impact on the lives of average Floridians, the kind of multi-tasking snowballing the CRC littered its amendments with β€” unrelated topics cobbled together in take-it-or-leave-it propositions. This is the first page β€” page 1 of 58 β€” of Florida's Constitution of This is the first page of Florida's Constitution, revision.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Repealing the Savings Clause β€” something else almost all states have done β€” ensures that people who committed the same crime at different times serve equal sentences if the laws change. There was an Amendment 8 β€” it had to do with charter schools and term limits for school board members β€” but the Florida Supreme Court ordered it removed. There are two we believe merit public passage: Amendments 4 and One addresses voting, the other the fairness of our criminal justice system. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The dozen proposed constitutional amendments offer voters plenty of head-scratching language but little to get excited about β€” and even less substance to actually improve the Florida Constitution. The latter is preferable to the former, but neither rise to constitutional amendment worthiness. We could do without 10 out of the First, an aside: You may notice there is no Amendment 8 on the ballot. If we want ex-offenders to turn their lives around, we should do our best to let them fully return to society. Amendment 4 would restore voting rights for felons when they get out of prison, except for murderers and sex offenders. Both involve fundamental rights that belong in our Constitution. And defendants who committed crimes even one day before the law changed would have to be prosecuted under the old law. Right now, if the Legislature was to remove mandatory minimum sentences for, say, a drug offense β€” something criminal justice advocates have been pushing for a long time β€” our Constitution says the people already in prison for that offense still have to serve the full term. So how did we decide what to recommend? We stuck ruthlessly with a basic test: The proposal has to be more than just a good idea. If Democrats Andrew Gillum and Sean Shaw win their respective races, we have no doubt they and the other Cabinet officers will come up with a fairer method of restoring voting rights β€” as District Judge Mark Walker ordered the state to do in the ruling now under appeal. Think of the U. Florida now has an unreasonably complex method for ex-cons to go straight for five years, then beg for restoration of their voting rights by the governor and Cabinet β€” who can turn them down without giving any reason. Amendment 11 is a good clean-up proposal, repealing some unnecessary or unenforceable facets of existing law. But voters can moot out the case by giving Amendment 4 the necessary three-fifths approval at the polls. The others? If only the Constitution Revision Commission had stopped there. A federal judge has ruled the system unconstitutional, but the state has appealed that ruling to the U. It is one of those mash-ups the Constitution Revision Commission threw against the wall, but all three pieces are worthy of approval. Supreme Court next year.