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Today President Biden made an impassioned speech in Georgia pushing for national voting rights bills and a change to the Senate’s filibuster rules. Since the 2020 election there have been 19 states that have passed more restrictive voting laws. Any passing of a national voting bill would counter the individual state’s laws. Where do you come down on national vs. state voting laws?

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