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Analysis: How Republicans are driving the national agenda, even though Democrats hold unified control of government

Republican-controlled state legislatures across the country are approving a wave of new voting restrictions on virtually party-line votes that require only a simple majority to pass. The US Supreme Court has likewise decided the key voting rights rulings that helped trigger this surge of state legislation on a party-line, majority-vote basis over the past decade.

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Trump supporters praise Sinema's voting rights stance

Two events -- a Trump rally and a voting rights march -- in the same state on the same day of Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend encapsulated a nation at odds with itself about the future of its democracy. CNN's Donie O'Sullivan reports.

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Jake Tapper reveals the reason Trump went to Arizona

Jake Tapper looks at former President Donald Trump's continued efforts to restrict voting rights in states across the nation on the weekend the country remembers civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Georgia voting rights groups boycott Biden's Atlanta speech

A coalition of voting rights groups in Georgia announced Monday that they will not attend events surrounding President Joe Biden's expected visit to Atlanta, urging for concrete action instead of what they called a "photo op."

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Biden to deliver voting rights speech next week in Atlanta

President Joe Biden is planning to deliver a speech on voting rights during a visit to Atlanta next week, officials say, traveling to the cradle of the civil rights movement to shine a brighter light on election reform in advance of the national holiday celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr.

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Opinion: The battle that will define America in 2022 began in 1865

Two opposing historical forces have the power to shape American democracy in 2022. These worldviews took shape in the aftermath of the Civil War and have, ever since, undergirded America's legal and legislative systems, national policies on voting rights and criminal justice and our understanding (or, at times, denial of) of historical memory since 1865.

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