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Youth organizers pressure lawmakers to expand voting rights in Illinois prisons

A group of youth organizers in Chicago is calling on state lawmakers to pass legislation that would restore voting rights to people in Illinois prisons.

Reset checks in with the nonprofit Chicago Votes for more on SB 828 and what residents can do to get involved.

GUESTS: Frederique Desrosiers, policy associate at Chicago Votes

Katrina Pfidd, communications and digital strategy manager at Chicago Votes

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