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Rep. Jesse Crenshaw 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. Rep. Jesse Crenshaw, sponsor of the original measure, said he was disappointed by the changes made in the Senate committee substitute.

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