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Capitol Update is a weekly review of state government. Topics this week include:
- A federal appeals court in Atlanta heard oral arguments in the case challenging the way Florida decides if felons who’ve done their time get their voting rights restored.
- Updates on challenges to proposed Constitutional amendments on greyhound racing and crime victims’ rights.
- A look at how elections supervisors around the state are preparing for early voting and the primary in August.