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Kentucky nonviolent felons get voting rights back

USATODAY.com Friday, 13 December 2019
Professing his belief in redemption, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear signed an executive order Thursday to restore voting rights for more than 140,000 nonviolent offenders who have completed their sentences. (Dec. 13)
 
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News video: Governor Beshear returns voting rights to more than 100,000 convicted felons in Kentucky

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An executive order signed by Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear restored the voting rights of more than 100,000 convicted felons in the Bluegrass state. However, there are exceptions to the rule, more than half of the state's felons will not have their rights returned.

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