Voting-rights advocates are seething over the near-total stagnation in Washington. But they see a new opening with the filibuster.
When President Joe Biden recently floated the possibility for a filibuster carveout for raising the debt limit, supporters leapt at the chance to bypass the supermajority threshold for efforts to expand access to the ballot.
“Once you make an exception for something as existential as raising the debt ceiling, it
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