A look at how prepared states are for another recession a decade after the financial crisis. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin, Rick Newman and Maylan Studart discuss.
fran: A common sense approach would be that while incarcerated and under probation, voting rights would be suspended as part of the exclusion for civil society. Upon completion of sentence and probation, all rights should be restored assuming the debt to society has been paid. At that point, a person should be able to rejoin society completely. We seem to have way too many caveats regarding a persons rights. I think the same for the declaration of adulthood. When a person is an adult, they have full adult rights; military, tobacco, firearms, driving, alcohol, marriage. If a person isn't mature enough for one of these things, they're not adults and should have across the board adolescent status.