More Than 100 Business Leaders Join Call To Discuss Non-Partisan Action Against Restrictive Voting Law Proposals April 10, 2021

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Today, more than 100 top business leaders across industry joined a rapid response call to discuss critical information regarding voting law proposals and to explore non-partisan actions business leaders could take to defend voting rights and our democracy. The meeting builds on a growing chorus from business leaders to fight more than 350 voting laws being introduced in 47 states that are discriminatory and designed to limit Americans’ ability to vote. With 68%of business leaders now believing democracy is at risk, today’s meeting signals the urgency with which corporate America is taking responsibility to protect the most fundamental pillar of our democracy.

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