All 50 Senate Republicans vote to block Democrats’ voting rights bill

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  • FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “All 50 Senate Republicans vote to block Democrats’ voting rights bill” – below is their description.

    Republicans in the narrowly divided U.S. Senate on Tuesday blocked an election reform bill that Democrats said is critical to democracy, arguing that it infringed on states’ rights.

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