A new law signed by Georgia Governor Brian Kemp Thursday night imposes a series of new restrictions on elections in the state. Supporters say it’s necessary for election security, but as Lisa Desjardins reports, it is drawing ire from voting rights groups and even President Joe Biden. We dissect the law and get the Republican perspective from state election official Gabriel Sterling.
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