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Georgia Election Bill Signing Draws Federal Lawsuit, Lawmaker Arrest

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by Beau Evans | Mar 26, 2021 | Capitol Beat News Service

The speedy passage and signing of controversial Republican-brought legislation overhauling Georgia mail-in and early voting has drawn a federal lawsuit and the arrest of a Democratic state lawmaker.

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  1. I applaud the passage of this bill that was signed into law by Governor Kemp. Of course, the radical left will sling all kinds of catch phrases and ugly language at Republicans and those who agree with this bill. I wish, instead of using ugly words (racist, white supremacist, etc.) to shut down all conversation about issues, that the radicals would please kindly explain and elaborate on their objections to this bill. For one thing, please explain to me how requiring ID to vote is suppressing the vote. What ever happened to civil discourse?

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