States Expand Voting Access to People with Former Felonies
FEATURING BLAIR BOWIE - Tens of thousands of American voters have seen their right to vote restored over the past year in states around the country. These are folks who have had felony convictions and were once upon a time barred from ever voting again. But painstaking work by activists, advocates, lawyers, and family members, has resulted in multiple states restoring voting rights. How did this happen? And which states are continuing to hold out?
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