We believe in the human dignity of
formerly and currently incarcerated people,
and recognize they come from, and are
part of our communities.
We believe men and women with conviction
and arrest records should be viewed as
valued human beings, members of
families, and assets to communities.
By, Sherry Reames – Source, Madison.com John Tate II I was disappointed to learn ...
By, Ashley Nellis, Ph. D., Source, The Sentencing Project Photo credit: The Sentencing Project ...
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Courts and Department of Corrections make very clear a person who has been sentenced for a felony conviction loses their right to vote. But, The same is not done when a sentence is completed in full and rights are restored!