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    Eddie Glaude argues for individuals to take political destiny from heroes and prophets

    07:09
  • 'I always wanted to be the change I wanted to see': Philadelphia Block Captain

    07:07
  • 'The real voter fraud': Supreme Court stalling leaves illegal gerrymandered map in place for 2024

    04:05
  • Vindicated! Crystal Mason wins acquittal after years-long fight in politicized voter fraud case

    10:52
  • 'Authoritarianism is bad for business': Expert warns Trump's 'crazy' will 'affect the economy'

    13:44
  • ‘Bonkers’: Trump team aims to suppress vote rather than earn it

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  • RNC unveils ‘radical’ plan to upend voting in America

    08:29
  • Biden urges Congress to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Act

    02:43
  • 'I won't be intimated': Colorado secretary of state speaks out against 'violent threats'

    04:53
  • Cedric Richmond: Selma anniversary is a clear reminder of continued need to fight for freedom

    03:53
  • Assistant AG Kristen Clarke shares DOJ plans for combatting voter suppression

    07:41
  • Brand new report reveals widening voter participation gap due to gutting of Voting Rights Act

    08:13
  • North Carolina Governor slams Republican leaders for 'take over' attempts, voter suppression

    07:19
  • SCOTUS under scrutiny: Voting laws, criminal justice and civil rights on the line

    06:56
  • Kyra Sedgwick: 'Swing Left' helped me turn my despair into active activism and hopefulness

    07:25
  • Newark teens win right to vote in school board elections

    06:51
  • Report exposes the truth about red state voter fraud task forces

    04:51
  • New attack on Voting Rights Act threatens Black vote protections: ‘It’s a problem’

    12:06
  • Ideology or naiveté?: New attack on voting rights could test Roberts on racial reality

    08:52
  • 'No way to run a democracy': Court advances new attack on Voting Rights Act

    07:50

Texas State Dem: GOP ‘rigging the system’ on House floor to push through agenda

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Texas State Rep. Gina Hinojosa tells Jonathan Capehart that Texas House Republicans were “12 to 15 members shy of reaching the constitutionally-required quorum” but are moving ahead with their “illegitimate” push to pass their restrictive voting bill and hints at what the Texas Democrats will do next to fight back: “It’s a whole new ball game … we’re planning our plan of attack as we speak.”