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    Justice Breyer to retire from Supreme Court

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  • Rep. Clyburn on the push for voting rights

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  • Sen. Sinema faces 'Adios Sinema' ad campaign for blocking voting rights legislation

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  • AZ Secy. of State: ‘If we don't have voting rights, we don't have a democracy’

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  • Fraud: See Jan. 6 witnesses confronted with coup evidence on TV

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  • Senator Hassan shames Republicans for failure to stand up for democracy

    02:08
  • White House: Biden will 'absolutely' continue to push for voting rights

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  • Fake Trump elector scheme draws the attention of more state attorneys general

    05:57
  • Sen. Klobuchar: ‘We need reform’ to filibuster for voting rights

    02:26
  • Senate set to begin debate on voting rights

    08:04
  • Republican voting restriction strategy already bearing fruit in Texas

    03:22
  • Rep. Raskin: Jan. 6 public phase will hopefully be like Watergate hearings

    06:06
  • See Republicans Cruz and McConnell called out for MLK hypocrisy

    08:17
  • 'MAGA weirdos': Obama aide's secret recipe for Dems to win midterms

    01:52
  • Can Democrats play hardball to finally reform the Senate filibuster?

    04:14
  • 'Part of a much larger conspiracy': Investigation into 16 Michigan Republicans

    06:16
  • Electoral act reform picks up support; Sen. Romney says he never got call on Biden election reform

    08:28
  • As federal voting rights legislation stalls, 2 AGs are at the forefront of trying to protect access to the ballot box in their states

    07:50
  • “It’s not going good”: House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn on voting rights passage

    05:57
  • Rev. Dr. William Barber on voting rights agenda: “Our deadline is victory”

    05:06

Biden’s tough talk on voting rights

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President Biden called for filibuster reform, if Republicans block voting rights legislation, during his big speech in Atlanta. It comes as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer plans to bring the legislation to the floor again as soon as Wednesday. Meantime, the Jan. 6th committee sets its sights on ex-Trump lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. Plus, the committee issues a new round of subpoenas, targeting two Donald Trump Jr. advisors and a former White House official who helped draft the speech Trump gave prior to the attack on the Capitol.