As Maryland lawmakers return to Annapolis, one of the first things on the agenda is trying to overturn six of Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes from last year.
Among the most controversial is a measure giving former felons the right to vote while on parole or probation.
In the spring, Hogan said he rejected the measure because felons on parole are still paying their debt to society. Felons currently regain voting rights after completing their sentences, including parole or probation.