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Ex-felons in Virginia once again cannot vote after the Supreme Court struck down Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s decision to restore their voting rights. Some states, including Virginia, do not allow people convicted of a felony to vote, even if the person has served his or her time. McAuliffe vowed to get around the ruling by issuing individual restoration orders. Some felons are pushing for a constitutional amendment that would permanently lift the voting restriction on felons.

Read more about Virginia’s ruling on felons’ voting rights.

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