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Maryland Senate Restores the Vote to Convicted Felons upon Release from Prison

On Tuesday Feb. 9, the Maryland Senate voted 29-18 to restore the vote to all convicted felons immediately upon their release from prison, overriding a veto by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan. Previously, convicted felons in Maryland had to complete all parole and probation before they were able to vote.

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