Mn. Campaign Aims At Getting Ex-Offenders To Vote

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At 22, Lance Handy of St. Paul was convicted of a drug charge and for the next three years lost his freedom and his right to vote. Once he completed his sentence, the right was returned, because Minnesota is one of 35 states that restore voting privileges to convicted felons, says the St. Paul Pioneer
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