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Why millions of Americans cannot vote

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According to the Sentencing Project, approximately 5.85 million voting-age Americans were not permitted to vote because they were previously convicted of felonies. Msnbc reporter Zack Roth speaks to a woman at the center of an ACLU lawsuit that seeks to restore voting rights of thousands of Iowans convicted of felonies.