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From Left, John P. Comer, lead organizer for MD Communities United (Black Suit Jacket), Perry Hopkins, organizer for MD Communities United, and Nicole Hanson, Board Member with Out For Justice (holding sign), speak in front of a group of community organizers gathered at 6 St. Paul Street in Baltimore in a rally for Governor Hogan to sign SB340, a bill that will enfranchise over 39,000 Marylanders their voting rights after returning to their communities from prison. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)
From Left, John P. Comer, lead organizer for MD Communities United (Black Suit Jacket), Perry Hopkins, organizer for MD Communities United, and Nicole Hanson, Board Member with Out For Justice (holding sign), speak in front of a group of community organizers gathered at 6 St. Paul Street in Baltimore in a rally for Governor Hogan to sign SB340, a bill that will enfranchise over 39,000 Marylanders their voting rights after returning to their communities from prison. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Supporters, opponents make cases for Md. bills in limbo

A group of men with criminal convictions gathered outside the Baltimore office of Gov. Larry Hogan Monday looking for one thing — his signature on a bill. The bill, which would restore voting rights for ex-felons who have been released from prison but not yet completed their parole or probation, is one of more than 200 ...

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