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EX FELON VOTING
Virginia Makes It Easier For Ex-Felons To Vote Again
Attempts To Limit Voting Rights Stunted As Efforts To Enhance Voting Access Prevail
Lawsuit Asks Tennessee To Stop Standing In The Way Of Ex-Felons' Voting Rights
Ryan J. Reilly
The Voter Suppression We Ignore at Democracy's Peril
Political Analyst and Civil Rights Activist
To date, nearly six million formerly-incarcerated Americans are disenfranchised. This is a massive injustice, to be sure, but the real story is that these felony disenfranchisement laws that target former offenders are being enforced in 2012 in key states where they were not in 2008.
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