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Sen. Gerald Neal Speaks on Amended Felon Voting Rights Bill

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Published on Feb 20, 2014

On February 19, 2014, the Senate engaged in a lengthy and heated debate over a proposed constitutional amendment to automatically restore voting rights for certain ex-cons. Senate Republicans added a change to House Bill 70 in committee that would require non-violent felons who've completed their sentences to wait five years before their voting rights are restored. Sen. Gerald Neal (D-Louisville) said the Senate-amended form of HB 70 creates a new category of punishment that makes no sense.

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