Attorney General Keith Ellison to Argue Against UMLC’s Clients in April 1 Felon Voting Case Hearing

We have an important update regarding the upcoming hearing for the Felon Voting case on April 1st.

We’ve received news that Attorney General Keith Ellison will personally be arguing against UMLC’s clients in the hearing.

As you know, the case challenges the constitutionality of Minnesota’s felon voting law, which allows felons to vote before completing their full sentences. We strongly believe that this legislation violates our state constitution and compromises the integrity of our electoral system.

Attorney General Ellison’s involvement adds a new dimension to the proceedings and highlights the importance of this matter to the state of Minnesota. His direct participation underscores the significance of the legal questions involved and emphasizes the need for a thorough examination of the issues.

We’ll be in touch with details on how to watch the hearing. Stay tuned! Your support and engagement are invaluable as we continue to fight for justice and uphold the principles of fairness and equality in our state.

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