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Unable to Vote, Ex-Convicts Reach Out, Try to Have Impact on US Election

Kenneth Inniss, 56,  has not voted in a U.S. election since 1984, when he first went to prison for a felony conviction. He is now out but will have to wait one more year until he is off parole to vote. "It's a right that we take for granted until it's taken from us," he said. "And that's when it really hit home for me. I don't have a say in how those laws are keeping me incarcerated." Inniss recently packed into a glossy black van with eight...

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