Studies Show Black Men Bear Brunt of Felon Voting Restrictions

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As many as one of every seven black men in Atlanta who have been convicted of a felony, and one of every four in Providence, R.I., cannot vote in this year’s election, according to a pair of studies released yesterday. The studies, the first to look at felon disenfranchisement laws’ effect on voting in individual
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