ACLU: State laws keep millions of Americans felons from voting

ACLU: State laws keep millions of Americans felons from voting

According to the American Civil Liberties Union, state laws keep about 5.8 million Americans with felony convictions from voting.

Kentucky, Virginia and Iowa, for example, don’t allow people with felony charges the right to vote.

Maine and Vermont, for example, allow everyone to vote.

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Like Florida, the other states fall somewhere in the middle.

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