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Will A New Georgia Law Restrict Voter Access Or Restore Faith In Elections?

Will A New Georgia Law Restrict Voter Access Or Restore Faith In Elections?

Update: 2021-03-292
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A new Georgia law has become the center of the debate over voting rights with President Biden calling it "Jim Crow in the 21st century." Republicans argue the law helps restore faith in the electoral process, but civil rights advocates say it disenfranchises voters of color. Plus, Texas Republicans introduce new bills to restrict voter access.

This episode: congressional correspondent Susan Davis, congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell, WABE's political reporter Emma Hurt, and KUT's political reporter Ashely Lopez.

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Will A New Georgia Law Restrict Voter Access Or Restore Faith In Elections?

Will A New Georgia Law Restrict Voter Access Or Restore Faith In Elections?

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