Biden will address voting rights in Georgia amid growing pressure

Biden will address voting rights in Georgia amid growing pressure

  • In Atlanta, Biden is expected to support an exemption for rules for legislators voting rights.
  • Without a change in the rules of pirates, Republicans could block 2 bills in the Senate.
  • Before his remarks, Biden visits the crypt of Martin Luther King Jr. and wife Coretta.

WASHINGTON – Just days after President Joe Biden warned of a “dagger on the throat of democracy,” he will issue an urgent call in Atlanta on Tuesday to protect the constitutional right to vote and to protect the integrity of the election in the country.

Biden’s planned remarks after his blunt posthumous attack on the US Capitol on January 6 came as he prepared for the devastating struggle for a Senate law stuck in the Senate – and as liberals in the Democratic Republic, the party demands a more aggressive approach to the White House. law enforcement through Congress.

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