Voting Rights For Felons: New Suffrage Movement

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Nearly 5 million Americans are unable to vote because they have been convicted of a felony, making felons and former felons are the single largest group barred by law from voting in the United States, The Nation magazine reports. Only Maine and Vermont allow prisoners to vote. Most states revoke the right from those in
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