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Should Incarcerated People Be Allowed To Vote?

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People who are incarcerated have no voice when it comes to choosing the elected officials who craft policies that often directly affect them. The question is: Should they? Daniel A. Gross joins host Krys Boyd to talk about why we deny prisoners the right to vote and if we should restore that privilege. His article published in The New Yorker is “Why Shouldn’t Prisoners Be Voters?”