Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders created waves Monday when he told a student at a presidential town hall that he thought people who are incarcerated should be able to vote. Other 2020 Democrats have largely distanced themselves from his position, with some specifying that they support reinstating a person’s voting rights after they have served their sentence. Meanwhile, a conversation has been sparked about constitutional rights, crime and punishment, and racial inequality.

In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly was joined by former Watertown Police Chief Ed Deveau and director of the Massachusetts ACLU’s Racial Justice Program, Rahsaan Hall.