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Sinema, Manchin reiterate opposition to filibuster perform

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 Democrats say federal voting rights legislation is necessary to combat a spate of restrictive bills passed by Republican legislators nationwide. Despite that, Democratic Senators Krysten Sinema and Joe Manchin have made clear they do not support changing the filibuster to pass the two voting bills in the Senate. Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor, and candidate for U.S. Senate, Mandela Barnes weighs in.