Former Felons Seek to Regain Voting Rights A national movement is under way to give people convicted of felonies a better chance to regain their right to vote. A recent report shows that many states are still resistant to streamlining the process. And as the 2000 election in Florida demonstrated, there are political implications.
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Former Felons Seek to Regain Voting Rights

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Former Felons Seek to Regain Voting Rights

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Former Felons Seek to Regain Voting Rights

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A national movement is under way to give people convicted of felonies a better chance to regain their right to vote. A recent report shows that many states are still resistant to streamlining the process. And as the 2000 election in Florida demonstrated, there are political implications.