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    How Congressional Black Caucus chair Rep. Beatty reacts to Secretary Miguel Cardona’s statements on the Biden administration student loan debt relief plan.

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  • When will congress act to preserve the right to vote?

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  •  Mary Trump on her plan to combat the ‘MAGA Party’

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  • GOP voters angry about abortion in jeopardy 

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  • 'Unequal' looks at moments of injustice in U.S. history

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  • Trump-backed election deniers running for state office

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  • Sharpton: "Governor Ron DeSantis seems so determined to be the next "Donald Trump"

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  • Charlie Crist: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you"

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  • 'This is about the constitution disqualifying her' Breaking down Rep. Greene's lawsuit

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  • Marc Morial Analyzes the National Urban League Report on the State of Black America

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  • Sharpton: 'Those Who Ignore History Are Doomed to Repeat It'

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  • TX voter suppression comes to fruition

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  • Will Texas Election Laws affect turnout?

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  • Ohio redistricting at a halt

    06:41
  • Will AG Garland protect voting rights?

    10:55
  • Republicans see early success at damaging elections with new voting restrictions

    06:07
  • Early voting begins in Texas

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  • Texans head to the polls amid new maps and restrictive voting laws 

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  • Rep. Clyburn urges AG Garland to enforce voting rights laws with “unmitigated vigor and tenacity”

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  • Subpoenaed Trump aide runs from military and elector plots in MSNBC interview

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Arizona Democrat: Censuring Sinema was the bare minimum

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Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, Recorder for Pima Co. Arizona and Pima’s first Native American elected to countywide office, says Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s filibuster vote which blocked voting rights legislation “was an extreme failure.” Cázares-Kelly says “it really puts Arizonans in particular in risk of losing some of our voting rights.”