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  • 1/6 hearings reveal ongoing threats to democracy

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  • Rep. Karen Bass joins Jonathan Capehart to discuss L.A. mayoral race

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Georgia ACLU executive director critiques Gov. Kemp signing legislation that makes means he’s used to vote illegal

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Georgia’s voter new suppression laws are being challenged by the Georgia ACLU, its Executive Director Andrea Young tells Jonathan Capehart. Young also slams Gov. Kemp following his signing Georgia’s voter suppression legislation into law, thus rendering means he has used to vote illegal.