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Felon Re-Enfranchisement and the Problem of “Lost” Rights
The Yale Law Journal  (IF5.32),  Pub Date : 2022-01-14, DOI:
Joshua M. Feinzig

Courts have upheld laws conditioning felon re-enfranchisement on financial repayment by reasoning that disenfranchised citizens lack the rights and protections of political equality. Drawing on legal and democratic theory, this Essay challenges that view. Because disenfranchised citizens retain cognizable interests in political participation, financial-repayment conditions are unconstitutional poll taxes.