second part to the question

Apr 5th, 2014
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there is no specific length. i am debating these topics and will take the information that you provide and use it in the debate.  i just want to know what i am talking about when i am debating.   this does not have to be in any specific format and originality is not a requirement   i need facts that will swy me to win the argument.      the basic argument is that felons deserve a second chance and that the system is set up to oppress people that commit crimes. also we are the only free country that does not fully give back all citizenship rights to its felons Such as right to bare arms etc..   also the basic information that i need is so i can pull up information on myself that has no record and my brother that does to compare what the government might actually have 

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