Voting Rights Restored For 100,000 KY Felons; Violent Convictions Excluded

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In one of his last acts as Kentucky’s governor, Steve Beshear signed an executive order that will automatically restore the right to vote to certain felons who have served out their sentences, says the Louisville Courier-Journal. The move was hailed by some as a boost to democracy while at least one critic questioned its legality.
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