Georgia voting law

Smith and director Antoine Fuqua decided to pull their slave drama "Emancipation" out of Georgia in protest of new voting restrictions, but voting rights advocates have asked that high-profile celebrities stay and fight instead.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis decided against impaneling a grand jury after reviewing the evidence and considers the case closed.

After facing threats of a boycott, Delta Air Lines' CEO Ed Bastain reversed his praise of Georgia's controversial new law restricting voting access expected to disproportionately affect Black and brown communities.

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham dog-whistled about Georgia's new law restricting voting, Biden's response to that law, his proud ownership of an AR-15 and more during a Fox News appearance.

Cliff Albright, the co-founder of Black Voters Matter Fund, said the most troubling parts of SB 202 are the provisions diluting Georgia's secretary of state’s power and allowing local county boards to take over an election.