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Kentucky Legislation would Allow Prison Inmates to Vote

Typically, serving time in prison revokes your voting rights.
Typically, serving time in prison revokes your voting rights. But that could be changing in Kentucky.

A House committee agrees to allow non-violent felons to vote once out of prison. This would change the constitution.

So, the full Kentucky House must approve it followed by voters during a referendum.
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