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Will Americans’ right to vote live or die on Capitol Hill?

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The Capitol Hill arrests of a small group of protesters led by Black women brought about a strategy meeting with Vice President Kamala Harris (Jul. 2021), however, this wasn’t the Biden administration’s first meeting with voting rights advocates and political action will continue because the voting rights of Americans are in jeopardy.

 

By Shayler Richmond

 

The United States is six months into a new administration and over 27 states have introduced restrictive voting laws (Jul. 2021). 

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