Does Texas A&M really support Voting Rights?
Texas A&M's position on voting rights is poor because it does not believe that everyone should have the right to vote. The school believes that only certain people, such as those who are property owners, should be able to vote. This position is outdated and does not reflect the views of most Americans today.
UPDATE: Some corporations break their silence on Texas' voter suppression bills
For months, members of the Texas legislature have been considering two bills (SB7 and HB6) that would make it harder to vote — particularly in areas with large Black populations like Harris County. In March, Popular Information
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