- Michelle Rosenthal
- Brooklyn, NY
- United States
social worker, Dr Susan Smith McKinney Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
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Should people convicted of a felony crime in the past and have completed their debt to society have their right to vote restored in USA?
Do you think people convicted of a felony should be allowed to vote again once their debt to society was paid?
If so how can we effectively advocate for people to have their voting rights restored after they are released from their sentence.
Do you think people still in jail or prison should be allowed to vote especially if their crime was not violent in nature?