Black corporate leaders condemn Georgia voting law for 'disproportionate' access to ballot

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Published on 6 Apr 2021, 22:32
Georgia's recent voting law instating new ID rules for mail-in ballots has led 72 Black CEO's to write a full-page ad in The New York Times urging corporate executives to oppose the law. One of the signers of that letter, Roger Ferguson, CEO of TIAA and former vice chair of the federal reserve, joins Judy Woodruff tonight to discuss the law.

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