Legislation Would Enable Former Convicts to Cast Ballots


When Wisconsin voters head to the polls tomorrow to cast votes in the presidential primary there will be about 40 thousand state citizens who won’t be joining them. Not because they don’t care about the election, but because they’re on parole or probation for committing a felony. Gil Halsted reports on a proposal to change the law that bars them from voting…

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