Incarcerated people are already paying their debt to society. What good does it do the rest of the population to take away their right to have a say?
Amy AlkonSince incarcerated people are already paying their debt to society, shouldn't they be allowed to vote? (Joe Seyton at @Reason magazine: "Are incarcerated individuals going to plan a mass conspiracy? …Probably not.")
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