VP Harris On Voting Rights Opposition: Senators Should Not Be ‘Absolved’ From Responsibility

NBC News published this video item, entitled “VP Harris On Voting Rights Opposition: Senators Should Not Be ‘Absolved’ From Responsibility” – below is their description.

Vice President Kamala Harris discussed opposition to voting rights legislation in an exclusive interview with NBC News’ Craig Melvin, saying about moderate Democratic holdouts, she doesn’t think “anyone should be absolved from the responsibility of preserving and protecting our democracy.”

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