Gregg D. Caruso Ph.D.Unjust Deserts —
Originally Published in Psychology Today, Nov. 6, 2016 —
State laws governing voter eligibility for prisoners and ex-felons vary greatly. Only two states allow prisoners to vote—Maine and Vermont—whereas the twelve most extreme states impose a lifetime voting ban on convicted felons even after they have completed their sentence and are no longer on probation or parole.
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