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Five states reinstate voting rights once a felon is released and discharged from parole. Another 21 states restore voting rights after a felon completes any prison sentence, parole and probation. In six state states, the chance of restoring voting rights depends on the type of conviction and requires an ex-felon to petition the state government.
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Once complete, individuals convicted of a felony can apply to have their voting rights restored—which can only be done through the governor or the president. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.
Heroin is a killer drug," he said on the episode. So we have to end that and that's what I will do as President of the United States.
I believe we can do that through executive order and I will do that. In , Sanders became the first major presidential candidate to endorse marijuana legalization.
Bernie Sanders' Marijuana Legalization Plan: What's He Smoking?
So if you were arrested [and] have a criminal record for selling marijuana, that is being expunged. Sanders outlined his plans in response to Rogan pointing out that pesticides and other poor agricultural practices can endanger cannabis consumers in states where it's currently legal.
Sanders' approach to marijuana legalization takes aim at the Controlled Substances Act, which puts cannabis in the same Schedule One category as heroin, MDMA and psilocybin. Heroin is a killer drug," he said on the episode.
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So we have to end that and that's what I will do as President of the United States. I believe we can do that through executive order and I will do that.