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The GOP’s greatest weapon against voting rights? Time. 

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“Time is one of the most powerful tools that Republicans have right now—wasting time is one of the best things they can do to block Joe Biden’s agenda from being enacted into law. And it’s really critically important that Democrats stop falling for it,” says Indivisible’s Meagan Hatcher-Mays.