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Wrong way to right result (access required)

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement that he intends to restore voting rights to felons on parole through executive fiat is an example of doing the right thing the wrong way. First is the question of whether felons on parole should be allowed to vote: Yes, they should. The main goal when felons leave prison should be to ...

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