George F. Will: Why disenfranchise felons for life?



Florida has 1.6 million disenfranchised felons, including 20 percent of its African-American adults. In Florida, someone who gets into a bar fight, steals property worth $300, or even drives without a license three times can be disenfranchised for life. There is a cumbersome rights-restoration process that …
Read More

*** This news item is 3rd party content and is included strictly for non-commercial informational purposes.

320ro

Comments

comments