Our big case this week is a victory in Idaho for PFRs who were put on the registry because of Idaho’s crimes against nature laws. Men caught having sex would be placed on Idaho’s registry even though the Supreme Court had ruled that anti-sodomy laws were unconstitutional. On behalf of three men, the ACLU took the state to court and won. The courts ruled the state of Idaho had to remove the three men off the registry, as well as any individuals with similar claims. The state was also ordered to pay substantial attorney fees. We feel this is a major win.
More men have died in Alabama prisons, and our hearts go out to their families. We also highlight how Tennessee disenfranchises its citizens who have a felony record, including requiring only those with a record to be current on child support payments before they are eligible to vote.
Kentucky has created a prison to work program, and we discuss the possibility that PFRs will be excluded from the process.
[02:50] Additional deaths in Alabama prisons
[11:14] Tennessee’s policies that lead to disenfranchised citizens with a felony conviction [17:22] The size of juries
[20:36] Kentucky Prison-to-Work Program
[24:57] Idaho–Doe versus Wasden
[42:06] The settlement agreement
[53:30] Why Idaho vs Doe is a big win
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