Georgia stops voting by felons using broadest reading of law

In this Wednesday, May 22, 2019 photo, Leon Brown stands by his tractor-trailer after making a delivery from a distribution center to the Port of Savannah, in Garden City, Ga. Brown is trusted enough to drive a tractor-trailer inside one of the nation’s busiest seaports more than six years after being released from prison. But he’s not allowed to vote in Georgia because of a law rooted in the years after the Civil War when whites sought to keep blacks from the ballot box.