“Voting Is An ‘Individual Right,’ Barrett Testifies, But Critics Remain Leery”

NPR:

Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois returned to voting rights questions during his portion of the morning on Wednesday by returning to a case Barrett handled on the appeals court. She wrote that a man involved who had been convicted of a crime should have his right restored to own a gun but not to vote, as Durbin described the situation.

“You made a distinction there that is hard to understand and difficult to explain,” Durbin said.

(Read more about that case and Barrett’s record on guns here.)

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