Louisiana Vetoes Voting Rights for Convicted Felons
Under Louisiana’s 1974 constitution, voting rights are suspended for people who are incarcerated for a felony conviction.
Two years ago the passage was clarified to include any individual on probation or parole for a felony conviction.
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Louisiana House Veto Voting Rights for Felons on Probation and Parole
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