“When People in Prison Can Vote, Officials ‘Treat Them with Some Respect'”

Daniel Nichanian for the Appeal: Hawley’s reaction reflects a system that has set them up as gatekeepers of voting rights, with the punitive expectation that effective law enforcement means cutting people off from the world. But in Maine and Vermont, law … Continue reading →

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