Zaffino calls moves to tighten ballot access ‘a significant step backwards’
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Zaffino calls moves to tighten ballot access ‘a significant step backwards’

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AIG CEO Peter Zaffino has become the latest corporate leadership figure to weigh in on a dispute over access to the ballot box in Georgia, describing a law that critics allege make voting harder “a significant step backward for all Americans”.

The remarks come in the context of Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s decision to sign Senate Bill 202 into law, legislation that critics argue restricts access to the ballot box for communities of color.

“Equal

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