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Should people in prison vote? California lawmakers will decide if the issues goes to voters

California lawmakers this year will consider a measure that would allow people in prison to vote, an effort that has already sparked fierce debate between criminal justice reform and law enforcement groups. Assm. Isaac Bryan, D-Los Angeles, this week unveiled Assembly Constitutional Amendment 4 (ACA 4), which would remove part of the state constitution that specifically disqualifies people serving in a state or federal prison from voting.