Only Maine and Vermont currently allow incarcerated individuals to vote. Florida permanently disenfranchises felons, but a judge just ordered Gov. Rick Scott to restore felons' voting rights and Scott has appealed the ruling. Critics say if you break the law, you lose the right to participate in our political process. But others argue mass incarceration and sentencing disparities disenfranchise millions of Americans and disproportionately impact people of color. Should we let felons vote? 🗳️
Do felons deserve the right to vote?
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