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Argument: 14th Amendment permits denying voting rights to criminals

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Alex Kozinski, J.D. , Circuit Judge, U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Dissent (PDF) in Farrakhan v. State of Washington. February 24, 2006 - "Unlike any other voting qualification, felon disenfranchisement laws are explicitly endorsed by the text of the Fourteenth Amendment. [...] They are presumptively constitutional. Only a narrow subset of them - those enacted with an invidious, racially discriminatory purpose - is unconstitutional."

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