Some Republicans worry Trump’s comments on election fraud may suppress the vote in next year’s midterms.
Only 41 percent of Georgia residents are fully vaccinated, a figure that’s more than 10 points below the national rate.
Some state government websites have stopped posting updates on COVID-19 cases in prisons and long-term care facilities.
Senate Bill 221 allows candidates to create “leadership committees” that have no caps on individual contributions.
The defense team has also requested potential jurors tell them if they back the phrase “Black Lives Matter” or not.
Southern communities of color are struggling against structural racism while holding polluting industries accountable.
The Georgia senator applauded Texas Democrats for leaving their state to thwart a GOP attack on voting rights.
Republicans in Georgia are using the state’s new voter suppression law to challenge the rights of 364,000 voters.
The legislation combats GOP efforts to remove election officials for partisan reasons and challenge voters’ eligibility.
Many of these bills will have a disproportionate impact on voters of color and are being challenged in state courts.