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February 18, 2013 3:32 PM

Merlene Davis: Advocates for felons' voting rights hope changes in legislature prove beneficial to bill

In describing Jesse Crenshaw, the average person could call him a long-time state representative who was first elected to serve the 77th District in 1993. But for convicted felons who have paid their debt to society, the adjectives used could be determined, persistent, unflagging and resolute.

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