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  • How Massachusetts Prisoners (Recently) Lost the Right To Vote

    WGBH Boston Public Radio - 05/30/2019

    The modern era for voting rights for prisoners in Massachusetts started in 1973, “when some prisoner rights activists basically noticed that they had a right to vote and began a registration drive in MCI-Concord,” said WGBH Legal Analyst Daniel Medwed, a professor of law and justice at Northeastern University.

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