This article published in NBC News is written by Leigh Ann Caldwell and Teaganne Finn. Here is an excerpt:
Senate Democrats are close to an agreement on updated voting rights legislation that can get the support of all 50 Democratic-voting senators, three Democratic aides familiar with negotiations said.
The For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act were introduced in Congress in 2019 and 2021, respectively. Since their introductions, both have been voted on along party lines.
The member-level discussions are complete, a source said, but staff members are going through the text to fix technical issues. No further details have been shared.
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