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SOURCE: http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/589474-voting-advocates-focus-on-next-steps-after-biden-speech
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If Republicans block it, which is expected, Schumer has said he will hold a vote on changing the Senate's rules by Monday, which is Martin Luther King Jr. Day.Neither Sen. Joe ManchinJoe ManchinAbrams thanks Biden for Georgia speech, backs call for Senate rules change Biden's Georgia speech was a call to save democracy as we know it Stacey Abrams's shocking snub of Biden, Harris signals possible 2024 aspirations MORE (D-W.Va.) nor Sen. Kyrsten SinemaKyrsten SinemaAbrams thanks Biden for Georgia speech, backs call for Senate rules change Biden's Georgia speech was a call to save democracy as we know it Stacey Abrams's shocking snub of Biden, Harris signals possible 2024 aspirations MORE (D-Ariz.) has said they will vote to change the rules, though Democratic senators met with them on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.While activists are still hoping to see Biden apply continued pressure, many acknowledge the fate of the legislation is ultimately in the hands of the Senate, where Democrats have the slimmest of majorities and may not have another chance to pass sweeping voting bills if this one slips through the cracks.“I do think the window of impact for the midterm elections is closing if they do not pass voting rights,” said Maria Teresa Kumar, president of Voto Latino.

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