Maryland Senate overrides Hogan’s veto of felon voting-rights bill
The Washington Post
February 9, 2016

“About 44,000 former prisoners who are on probation or parole will be able to register to vote in Maryland starting next month, after the state Senate on Tuesday overrode Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of a 2015 voting-rights bill.

“Hogan, a first-term Republican, campaigned hard against the override effort, arguing that felons should not regain voting rights until they complete parole and probation, which he considers part of their punishment.”

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