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Argument: Equal protection clause does not protect prisoner votes

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Alexander v Mineta, U.S. Supreme Court. October 16, 2000. - "The Equal Protection Clause does not protect the right of all citizens to vote, but rather the right of all qualified citizens to vote."[1]

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