Florida Gov. Rick Scott addresses men and women who will be sworn in to service at the Air and Sea Show during a media event at the Coast Guard Air Station Miami at Opa-locka Executive Airport on Friday, May 25, 2018.  Scott and Florida’s three elected Cabinet members on Friday mounted a new legal defense of the state’s 150-year-old system for restoring the voting rights of convicted felons.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott addresses men and women who will be sworn in to service at the Air and Sea Show during a media event at the Coast Guard Air Station Miami at Opa-locka Executive Airport on Friday, May 25, 2018. Scott and Florida’s three elected Cabinet members on Friday mounted a new legal defense of the state’s 150-year-old system for restoring the voting rights of convicted felons. Bryan Cereijo
Florida Gov. Rick Scott addresses men and women who will be sworn in to service at the Air and Sea Show during a media event at the Coast Guard Air Station Miami at Opa-locka Executive Airport on Friday, May 25, 2018. Scott and Florida’s three elected Cabinet members on Friday mounted a new legal defense of the state’s 150-year-old system for restoring the voting rights of convicted felons. Bryan Cereijo

Rick Scott, Cabinet defend felons' rights restoration system in court

May 25, 2018 07:06 PM