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Georgia church leader calls for corporate boycott in wake of voter restriction law

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Bishop Reginald Jackson of the Sixth Episcopal District of the AME Church joined American Voices with Alicia Menendez to discuss his call to boycott Georgia-based businesses for not opposing the state’s new election law. Bishop Jackson says these companies need to take a stronger stance to protect the right to vote.