There’s a Bipartisan Voting Rights Bill. Yes, Really.

Posted on AllSides October 1st, 2021
From The Left
Tailyr Irvine for The New York Times

A bipartisan elections bill is the rarest of creatures, one many Americans have never seen in the wild.

Congressional Democrats are united behind sweeping voting rights legislation that won’t pass the Senate so long as the filibuster exists, because Republicans are united against it. Republican legislators in Texas, Georgia, Florida and elsewhere have passed numerous voting restrictions over united Democratic opposition.

But on one sliver of voting issues, it seems lawmakers might — might! — be able to agree.

The Native American Voting Rights Act, or NAVRA, was introduced in the House last month...

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https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/30/us/politics/native-american-voting-rights.html

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