Marshall Project Originals
The States Where Voters Decided to Give Criminal Justice Reform a Try
From early release to bail reform, reform efforts gain some ground.
The Death Penalty is Alive and Well
Voters in three states approve measures to strengthen capital punishment.
Which Sinners Get to Vote in Alabama?
Ex-prisoners challenge a law that lets local bureaucrats judge “moral turpitude.”
A Former Prisoner on Voting for the First Time in His Life
“Being able to vote — that’s rare for people like me.”
Why the Virginia GOP Can’t Thwart McAuliffe on Voting Rights
The state constitution is pretty clear, says a man who helped draft it.