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Garland Says DOJ Is Scrutinizing Voting Laws To Determine If They ‘Discriminate Against Black Voters’

Attorney General Merrick Garland announced new steps are being taken by the Department of Justice to protect voting rights in the U.S. Garland said the DOJ is “scrutinizing current laws and practices, in order to determine whether they discriminate against Black voters and other voters of color." His remarks come amid a Republican-led effort to reform election procedures and limit voter access in the wake of the 2020 election.
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