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Boston Herald Biography

Not Clearly Pro or Con to the question "Should People Who Have Completed Felony Sentences Be Allowed to Vote?"

“An argument can be made that felons who have paid their debt to society have earned a degree of reinstatement and enfranchisement back into that society, but criminals like [Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar] Tsarnaev have not remitted such payment — their transaction is still in progress.”

Boston Herald Editorial Staff, “No, Bernie, Felons Shouldn’t Vote,”


“The Boston Herald’s roots date back to 1846 when it was a single two-sided sheet of news published by a group of Boston printers. In more recent times, the media company has been anchored by the 64,500-circulation Herald, known for its eye-catching Page 1 photos and headlines, and also has a loyal online following at”

Media News Group, “Digital First Media Announces the Acquisition of the Boston Herald March 19, 2018,”, Mar. 19, 2018


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  1. Should People with Felony Convictions Be Permitted to Vote while in Prison?