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Georgia is facing growing backlash over its controversial voting law meant to limit certain groups from voting

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The state of Georgia truly is an interesting place but it also is a place where backwards laws tend to be made. As many know, Georgian officials enacted a voting law that reads like it was partially written in 1962 meant to disenfranchise (even partially) particular groups of people from voting. The law has quickly garnered significant backlash as Microsoft; Coca-Cola, and other businesses are toying with the idea of their own actions against the state.

Delta Airlines has been the most vocal against the law (so they say anyway) amid claims that they allegedly tried to halt parts of the law behind the scenes. However the Atlanta Journal Constitution claims that Kemp has since claimed that Delta made no attempt to contact his office regarding any potential changes in the law.

It comes as Hollywood is also flirting with the idea of pulling out of Georgia amid numerous high profile productions set to take place. Georgia has long been a great place to film given preferable weather conditions and tax credits for production companies — though that could quickly change.


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