This Is How Hard It Is to Vote After You've Left Prison
“Being incarcerated is an experience of having the state control every aspect of your life 24/7,” Blair Bowie, an attorney and legal counsel for the Campaign Legal Center in Washington, D.C., said. “These are people who uniquely understand the power of government, and its impacts on people's lives. They're not under some misimpression that we can just go off and live in vacuums and ignore government.”
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