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2021-04-06

The Georgia Voter Suppression Law

When I first read about Georgia’s new voting law, it sounded as if some parts of it were okay. For example, Republicans say that Sunday voting is permitted, which sounds good for Black churches that vote together on Sundays. But looking at the details shows that while Sunday voting is permitted, it is not mandatory throughout the state.

My bottom line: the law is as bad as critics say it is.

Here are the most significant changes to voting in the state, as written into the new law:


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