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Making the Case for Felon Enfranchisement

A writer with the handle "Mr. Populist" has an insightful post at Daily Kos on the Clinton-Kerry 'Count Every Vote Act," and its provision restoring voting rights to convicted felons --- as well as the GOP spin machine's efforts to discredit it. This is one of the better articles yet written on the topic of felon disenfranchisement, and it sheds fresh light on moral and practical concerns related to the issue.