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NJ lawmakers consider bill that would allow jailed veterans to vote

State Sen. Ronald Rice has introduced a bill

State Sen. Ronald Rice has introduced a bill that would allow prisoners who served in the military to vote. (May 8, 2014 6:25 PM)

State Sen. Ronald Rice has introduced a bill that would allow prisoners who served in the military to vote.

Currently, convicts cannot vote until they serve their full sentences, including parole and probation.

Opinions on the proposed change are mixed.

Some say prisoners are in prison because they did something bad and shouldn't have any rights.

Others like veteran Daniel...

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Should prisoners in New Jersey be allowed to vote?

Yes No Only those who have served in the military

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