... court ruled last week that prohibiting ex-felons with unpaid court fees and fines from voting does not constitute an unconstitutional poll tax.
Critics have called Florida's voter suppression law a poll tax, but that doesn't fully capture the perverse injustice of the measure. The state has ...
... had to a civil war in this country since Thatcher's 1990s poll-tax riots. In the government's vaccination consultation that's still running as I write, ...
... justices on the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the Floridian government over Floridian voters and reapplied the poll tax law.
Prisoners denied the right to vote, a new form of poll tax WW commentary. By Monica Moorehead posted on September 16, 2020. Voting in Lower Peach Tree, ...
Things like not allowing for prepaid postage is akin to a poll tax. LaRose said he wanted to provide postage, in part, so voters would not delay ...
The 24th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution supposedly ended poll taxes for good. However, Gov. Ron DeSantis' signing of Senate Bill 7066, ...
... they can register, people convicted of felonies must pay outstanding court fines and fees, a practice critics decried as a modern-day poll tax.
While some lawyers and judges have said SB 7066 is an unconstitutional 'poll tax' that unfairly disenfranchises poor people who have already ...
As I feel that voting is important, I paid the poll tax (in the form of Uber fares, nearly $34) to deliver my ballot to the nearest polling place.