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On Dec. 14, 2020, 20 prominent Pennsylvania Democrats gathered in Harrisburg — in a ceremony shorn of some of its pomp and circumstance because of COVID-19, but witnessed by a gaggle of reporters — to cast the state’s Electoral College votes for the president-elect,
It should come as a surprise that in the oldest democracy in the world, there is still a political struggle over voting rights, and that though they are universal on the statute book there are invisible discriminatory hurdles, especially targeting
After months of wrangling, the US Senate plans to vote this week on an ambitious Democratic bill on voting rights. The bill is already doomed. Senate rules require 60 votes to move most bills to final passage; this one has only 50 — all Democrats, opposed by all 50 Republicans.