After watching the fallout from the new Georgia voting law passed two weeks ago, I’ve come to five conclusions.
-The right to vote shouldn’t be a partisan issue, but sadly has become one.
-The new law isn’t about election integrity, it’s meant to suppress voting.
-The law has set off a chain reaction that continues to this day.
-The consequences here are changing the relationship between politics (mostly the GOP) and business.
-And in all this there is nuance and a good many twists to the story.