KFI News' Kris Ankarlo is back for another look at the propositions on this year's ballot. On Friday we talked with him about Proposition 17, which if approved would allow people on parole for felony convictions the ability to vote.
On one hand it does make sense to allow people who have served their time an opportunity to vote, but on the other hand we're dealing with people convicted of felonies. People who have committed some pretty heinous crimes. Should they be able to vote?
We have a lot of feelings about it, but Kris talked with people on both sides of the debate and shared what they had to say with us. Listen below:
We also discussed Prop 18 with Kris today. A YES on Proposition 18 would let 17-year-olds, who will be 18 by the next general election, vote in primary and special elections.
This is another one we have some mixed feelings on. Listen to our full discussion on Prop 18 below, and listen to Kris' "Propositioned" podcast for more on what you'll see on the ballot!
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