Protecting the Freedom to Vote: Recent Changes to Georgia Voting Laws and the Need for Basic Federal Standards to Make Sure All Americans Can Vote in the Way That Works Best for Them, Hearing Before the Committee on Rules and Administration, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventeenth Congress, First Session, July 19, 2021 [open pdf - 57MB]
This is the July 19, 2021 hearing on "Protecting the Freedom to Vote: Recent Changes to Georgia Voting Laws and the Need for Basic Federal Standards to Make Sure All Americans Can Vote in the Way That Works Best for Them," held before the U.S. Senate Committee on Rules and Administration. From the Opening Statement of Amy Klobuchar: "We are here today in Atlanta to shine a spotlight on what has been happening in Georgia and in states around the country to undermine the freedom to vote. Over 400 bills have been introduced, 28 have passed and been signed into law, and Exhibit A is the one right here in the State of Georgia. We are here to listen to people in Georgia about the changes to the state's voting laws, and we are here to discuss why it is so critical for Congress to enact basic federal standards to ensure that all Americans can cast their ballots." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Sally Harrell, Helen Butler, and Jose´ Segarra.
S. Hrg. 117-47; Senate Hearing 117-47
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