ABC15: Arizona law makes it easier for felons to vote again
“It was really kind of willy-nilly before, And I think this cleans some of it up,” said Steve Scharboneau from Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice. He testified at a committee hearing in favor of the changes.
Reason Magazine: Arizona Legislature Votes to End License Suspensions for Ticket Debts
"Disallowing an earner of a family that is already in a position of financial hardship from driving, especially in a state that is so geographically sprawled, does the people of Arizona no favors," Scharboneau said in a statement
KOLD: Prop 207 could have huge impact on criminal justice reform in Arizona
“Arizona is one of the only states where a drug conviction for marijuana is a felony conviction, so it has life-lasting implications," Scharboneau said.
Guest Author - Capitol Times: Prop. 207 brings expungement for some, why stop there?
"The solution is evident – keep the momentum going and pass a more expansive expungement law in Arizona."
Guest Author - Capitol Times: Arizona joins fight against mugshot website companies
"On April 1, 2019, Arizona House Bill 2191 was signed by Gov. Doug Ducey.. . The new law defines mugshot website companies as “mugshot website operators” and outlaws their operation for commercial purposes."
Phoenix New Times: First-time Felony? You May Be Able to Vote Now in Arizona
"Even if you don't qualify for the automatic restoration, it's worth looking into starting the process of applying to have your rights restored for the next election."
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