Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed into law the chemical castration of child molesters as a condition of their parole. The new law goes into effect in September.
In a speech on April 18, 2018, Governor Andrew Cuomo pledged to grant voting rights to thousands of paroled felons arguing they had paid their debt to society and should be more »
Louisiana lawmakers prevented efforts to restore voting rights to some convicted felons on probation or parole. Louisiana’s 1974 constitution allows the suspension of voting rights for people who are “under more »
Louisiana lawmakers veto an effort to restore voting rights to some convicted felons on probation or parole.
Senate Bill 16 would allow juveniles convicted of second-degree murder eligible for parole after serving 30 years, have no disciplinary issues, complete a GED, substance abuse treatment and 100 hours of reentry programming.