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In Alabama, Felons Face Difficult Road To Regaining Voting Rights

Alabama bars felons convicted of crimes of "moral turpitude" from regaining voting rights. But defining such crimes is subjective. An estimated 15 percent of black adults in Alabama can't vote.

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