The North Carolina Supreme Court is hearing a case regarding when felons should regain their right to vote.
The case will determine when around 56,000 felons will be able to vote again.
The 1973 law states that felons don’t get the right to vote until their sentences are complete.
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The North Carolina Supreme Court has issued an order to take up a case that will determine when about 56,000 felons regain the right to vote.
The justices granted a request to intervene in a pending appeals case centered on a 1973 law that spells out when convicted felons regain the right to vote in North Carolina.
A trial court in March issued a 2-1 split decision to overturn a 1973 law that prohibits felons from voting until their sentences are complete, including post-release probation or parole. The case stems from a 2019 lawsuit filed by the Raleigh-based Community Success Initiative, which claims the law violates the state constitution and was crafted with a racist intent.
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