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Governor Brian Kemp has pushed back against backlash toward his "Voting Security Bill," which civil rights groups have criticized for its potential to restrict voting access for people of color in Georgia. The passing of the bill notably led to the MLB pulling this summer's All-Star Game from Atlan...

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  1. While there was no proven voter fraud in the last election cycle. There was voter decimation in absentee voting where some applicants has to produce ID’s, like the in person voters did, but others applicants did not have to produce IDs either when getting their ballot, or when casting their ballot. The Georgia new voting law require all voters to produce an ID to obtain a ballot now. It is more liberal than most in cast a ballot also. So how is that restricting voter access to the ballot.

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