OA471: Republican Lawyer Shouts Quiet Part on Voting Rights

At oral arguments before the Supreme Court, a lawyer for Republicans admitted that eliminating voting restrictions would put Republicans at a ‘competitive disadvantage.’ Will this startling admission jeopardize the case for Republicans? Find out! Before that, we cover some good news and bad news. Bad first – the Texas EO on masking is worse than you thought. Good news – HR1 the Equality Act is amazingly good legislation! It’s the jam packed Tuesday deep-dive you’ve come to expect from us!
Links: TX Executive Orders GA-32 and GA-34, TX Code 418, TX Executive Order GA-10, State Voting Bills Tracker 2021, Georgia HB 531, [Brnovich v. DNC] Consolidated Oral Argument, 52 U.S. Code § 10301

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