Risk of Disenfranchisement High for Ex-Felons

Walter Lomax can still remember the day he cast his first vote in an election.

The emotion in his voice changes as he takes a pause, attempting to put into words how it felt to exercise the right after serving 40 years, wrongly convicted, in a Maryland prison. Full Story »

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