Felon and Prisoner Voting in Alabama

There is a great story in the NY Times today about felon voters in Alabama. Check out this line:

Because of a quirk in its Constitution, Alabama disqualifies from voting only those who have committed a “felony involving moral turpitude.” Those who have committed other felonies — like marijuana possession or drunken driving — can cast ballots even if they are still in prison, according to the state attorney general.

If that doesn’t pique your curiosity to read more, I don’t know what will.