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Georgia Voter Intimidation Case Will Head to Trial

On Thursday, March 9, a federal judge issued an order in a lawsuit filed on behalf of Fair Fight and two voters alleging that True the Vote — an organization that has been accused of voter intimidation since 2012 — violated Section 11(b) of the Voting Rights Act.

By Madeleine Greenberg

Georgia Republicans Advance Omnibus Anti-Voting Bill

On Tuesday, Feb. 28, Republican lawmakers on the Georgia Senate Ethics Committee advanced a major piece of anti-voting legislation, a substitute bill text to Senate Bill 221 that among other provisions bans drop boxes and eases voters’ ability to challenge other voters’ eligibility.

By Allie Rothenberg

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