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Rights groups urge companies to fight Georgia voting curbs

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Rights groups urge companies to fight Georgia voting curbs

Rights groups urge companies to fight Georgia voting curbs

Voting rights groups are calling on companies such as Coca-Cola Co and Delta Air Lines Inc to oppose efforts by Republican lawmakers in Georgia to enact sweeping new restrictions on voting access in the battleground state.

This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.


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