General Assembly: House Panel Rejects Automatic Restoration of Rights Bill for Non-Violent Felons [AUDIO]

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On Monday, February 11, 2013, the Virginia House of Delegates has rejected a constitutional amendment on automatic restoration of rights for non-violent convicted felons.

Delegate Joe Morrissey, District 74, responds to my series “Keeping An Eye on the G-A” on the restoration of rights bill and rejection for passage in the House of Delegates. He starts with the bad news first and ends with the good news.

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Read the full text at Richmond Sunlight

 

On Monday, January 28, the Virginia Senate passed the constitutional amendment on automatic restoration of rights for non-violent convicted felons.  The vote was 30-10 in the full senate. Governor Bob McDonnell supports this constitutional amendment. Please contact members in the Virginia House of Delegates to support SJ266.

 

Listen in on my series “Keeping An Eye on the G-A” weekdays at 7:11 a.m and 8:11 a.m. with members in the Virginia House of Delegates and Senate. Join me on 99.3/105.7 Kiss Fm or stream live at www.kissrichmond.com.

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